Israeli missiles fired from the Golan Heights struck targets south of Damascus late Wednesday night, according to media reports in Syria.
Reports indicate that Israel launched surface-to-surface missiles that fell near the town of Zakiya, causing property damage. No immediate reports of casualties have been given.
Local journalists said the target was a military base used by Iranian and Assad regime forces.
Wednesday night’s attack was the second one attributed to Israel this month.
On February 9, a similar attack had taken place near Damascus. One was killed and five were wounded in the Israeli strikes.
In response, the Assad regime fired an anti-aircraft missile that exploded in the air over northern Israel, setting off warning sirens in the town of Umm al-Fahm and communities in the northern West Bank.
There were no reports of casualties, but shrapnel landed near the Homesh outpost, causing a small fire.