The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) hit a military outpost belonging to Hezbollah early on Thursday morning, marking the second consecutive night of strikes in Syria.

For the second night in a row, the IDF targeted enemies to the north with airstrikes in the early hours of the morning. The target this time was a Hezbollah military outpost in southern Syria’s border town, Quneitra. Hezbollah, backed by the world’s number one sponsor of terror, Iran, has a strong presence throughout Lebanon and Syria.

Helicopters were involved in Thursday’s strike. The Syrian state media reported no injuries.

Thursday morning’s events followed an evening of Israeli strikes on the Mediterranean coast near the town of Latakia, where a weapons depot (that was supposed to be a “plastics warehouse”) was destroyed. The site was reportedly housing a variety of missiles that were a threat to the Israeli Navy.