Israeli fighter jets bombed today afternoon several sites for the Syrian government forces in the southern province of Quneitra.
The attack was carried out a short time after the Syrian Army and pro-government fighters repelled a major offensive launched by jihadi groups on the predominantly-Druze village of Hadar.
According to a military source, 4 air-to-surface missiles targeted Tal Al-Sha’ar, without reporting any casualties.
Meanwhile, jihadi fighters continue to shell the villages of Harfa and Hadar with mortar shells and homegrown rockets after their bid to make a progress on the ground has practically failed.
Syrian Army positions in Quneitra have recurrently come under Israeli warplanes attacks; an aggression seen by the Syrian government as a blatant and explicit support for Islamist rebels fighting under the banner of al-Qaeda.