Russian Federation said that at least three Syrian regime soldiers were injured in the strikes, but did not specify the target of the raid - reported to have been a weapons depot belonging to Hezbollah or Iranian forces.
United Kingdom -based monitoring group Syrian Observatory for Human Rights confirmed in a statement that rockets were indeed fired towards the occupied Golan.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu earlier pledged to continue operations in Syria to counter what it calls Iran's growing military capabilities in the country, following the US' decision to withdraw from the Arab Republic. The IDF said that there were no injuries or damage sustained and it is unclear whether the missile was intercepted.
Experts say Israel is to be greatly affected by a U.S. pull out, as it would leave the area open to Iran and its partners to develop their military capacity.
The TV, quoting an unnamed military official, identified the warplanes as Israeli.
At the end of last month, Syria said its air defences had targeted and downed a number of "hostile targets" over the Kisweh area south of Damascus.
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The Syrian government claimed most incoming missiles were brought down by its defences as Russian Federation claimed Israel's missile strikes had threatened two civilian flights.
Russia's Ministry of Defence claimed on Wednesday that Israeli missile strikes near Damascus the previous day had directly threatened two civilian flights, saying the actions were "a gross violation of the sovereignty of Syria".
In messages sent out to the U.N. secretary-general and the president of the U.N. Security Council, the ministry said that the Israeli airstrike wouldn't have been launched if it wasn't for what it called "unlimited" US support for Israel.
It wasn't clear if the Syrian military used any of the advanced S-300 air defence missile systems that Russian Federation delivered in October to beef up its air defences.
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Russia, blaming Israel for the incident, agreed to supply Syria with its advanced S-300 air defense system which Damascus had said would make Israel "think carefully" before carrying out further air raids.