Iranian proxy militants fired two rockets into Israel on Tuesday, resulting in no damage according to reports; the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) did return fire.
In what is believed to have been in response to Israeli strikes in Syria on Monday, Iranian-backed proxies fired a pair of rockets into Israel from Lebanon overnight on Tuesday. The rockets reportedly resulted in no damage or injuries as defense systems shot one down and the other landed in a vacant field.
According to Reuters, when the IDF eventually found the launch site of the rockets, there was a third rocket being prepared to be fired, which the IDF dismantled. Prior to this, the IDF did respond with artillery fire towards the area of Wadi Hamoul.
On Monday, Israel targeted Iranian interests located inside of Syrian military posts near Aleppo, allegedly targeting at least one weapons facility. Several explosions could be seen throughout the area on social media.