Errant projectiles from Syria that have landed on the Israeli side of the Golan Heights over the past two weeks have been fired by Syrian opposition groups as well as by Syrian army forces, Israeli security sources told the Times of Israel on Thursday.
Some of the errant fire has come from the former al-Qaeda affiliate Jabhat al-Nusra, an extremist group which recently rebranded itself as Jabhat Fath Al-Sham, according to the sources.
There was no indication presently that the mortar fire was intentional, but a part of the ongoing civil war in the neighboring country and the struggle over territory, specifically areas in the Syrian Golan Heights between Hader and Quneitra, parallel to the Israeli side, the sources said. READ MORE OF THIS REPORT
SOURCES: News Now/ Times Of Israel