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Syrian Mortar Lands Near Israeli Border in Golan Heights

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An IDF tank keeps a watchful eye over the Golan Heights. The snow-capped Mt. Hermon is in the background. Photo: wiki commons.

Haaretz – A mortar shell from Syria landed Monday near the Israeli border in the northern Golan Heights, a few days following a similar incident after which Israel filed a formal complaint with the UN.

The mortar shell landed on Monday afternoon in the demilitarized zone between Israel and Syria. The shell landed east of the Druz village of Mas’ada, which is located near the border with Syria.

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