Israeli fighter jets launched a series of airstrikes against Assad regime forces south of the Syrian capital Damascus on Monday night, causing damage to several sites, state media reported.
The London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the strikes targeted the al-Kiswah area.
The al-Kiswah area has been bombed by Israel in the past for allegedly containing Iranian military bases.
Heavy explosions were heard over both the Syrian capital and northern Israel, according to local reports.
Reports say most of the missiles — launched from over the Golan Heights — were intercepted. It did not immediately elaborate on the damage caused to the sites that were hit.
There was no immediate comment from the Israel Defense Forces, which does not normally comment on individual strikes.
Israel has carried out hundreds of sorties over Syria in the last decade, mostly to stymie attempts by Iranian forces to transfer weapons or establish a foothold.