Israel Bombs Syrian Targets

    An Israeli Army Artillery battery unit is deployed on alert in the occupied Golan Heights, on March 5 2014.  Israel's army said it struck two Hezbollah fighters as they were planting a bomb near the Israeli-Syrian frontier, a week after an air raid against the group inside Lebanon. The Syrian Golan Heights were captured by Israel during the 1967 Six-Day War.   AFP PHOTO/MENAHEM KAHANA        (Photo credit should read MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Israel's military announced that it has attacked multiple Syrian military sites on Wednesday in revenge for a roadside bombing along the border of the Golan Heights on Tuesday that wounded four soldiers. The Syrian side of the Golan is controlled in parts by Syrian rebels, some of which are al Qaeda-related. Targets included a Syrian military headquarters, a training facility, and artillery batteries. Violence from the conflict in Syria has spilled over into Israel multiple times, and in response Israel has reportedly hit Syrian targets several times since 2013.

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