Israeli missile hits southern Syria

An Israeli missile hit southern Syria on Thursday, without causing any casualties, Syrian state media said.

The projectile fell in the Tel Bariqa area in Quneitra province, near the border with Israel, state news agency SANA said on its Telegram channel, without providing additional details.

A spokesperson for the Israeli army said it does not comment on foreign reports.

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said regime loyalists are present in the area targeted by Thursday’s missile attack.

It did not report any casualties.

Arab media outlets claim the projectile targeted forces from the Lebanese-based Hezbollah terrorist group in the area.

The Syrian province of Quneitra includes the Syrian-controlled part of the Golan Heights.