"Israel" shot Tuesday at a Syrian post in the Occupied Golan heights, claiming that it is responding to gunfire that struck its forces.
According to the "Israeli" military, a military vehicle was damaged by shots fired from Syria but that there were no injuries. "Our soldiers returned precise fire," it added.
"The "Israeli" army views the recent incidents in the north with concern and has lodged a complaint with UNDOF," the UN Disengagement Force responsible for patrolling that area.
"Israel's" Army Radio said Tuesday's was the third consecutive cross-border shooting this week.
The "Israeli" military added in its statement that it viewed these incidents "with concern".
The Zionist entity occupied the Golan territory from Syria in a 1967 war.
On both Monday and Sunday, "Israeli" occupation forces came under the fire of the popular Syrian resistance to liberate the Occupied Golan.
Source: News Agencies, Edited by moqawama.org