The Zionist army spokesman has announced on Monday bullets fired from Syria and has hit Golan Heights last night, with no casualties or damages.
The Israel’s army spokesman said: “bullets were fired from a light weapon and they were more likely strayed bullets.”
He said: “it is still not clear who fired the shots, and whether it was intentional or accidental.”
The Zionist regime had occupied Syrian Golan Heights for a long time. After Israel’s recent airstrikes, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad announced that it would open the Golan front to the Resistance for recapturing it.
Analysts described Assad’s statements on opening of Golan front for Resistance in order to free the captured area as the strategic decision to confront the apartheid regime.