JERUSALEM: The Israeli military on Tuesday said that its anti-rocket systems intercepted four rockets launched from Syria earlier in the day.
The projectiles triggered sirens in several communities in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, reports Xinhua news agency.
“Four launches were identified from Syria towards Israeli territory which were intercepted by the Israeli air defence systems,” a military spokesperson said in a statement.
“No hits on Israeli communities were identified.”
No organization has claimed responsibility for the rocket attack.
Israel has carried out hundreds of deadly airstrikes in Syria, saying the attacks targeted weapons convoys of the Lebanese militia Hezbollah and Iranian sites.
According to Israeli media, the Israeli Air Force has not carried out any airstrike over the past few weeks.