Palestinian Arab terrorists shot at an Israel Air Force freight plane on Sunday while flying over Samaria.
According to Arutz Sheva, a C-130J Super Hercules transport plane from the Israel Defense Forces was captured on video and distributed to social media.
The video contains sounds of gunfire. “Soldiers fired on a Zionist army plane when it was flying over a Jenin refugee camp,” reads the caption in the video.
In response, the IDF often conducts operations in Jenin, a city that has long been a hub for terrorism.
In a statement, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) announced that an unidentified aircraft was shot down on Sunday after it entered Israeli airspace from Syria.
The drone, which the IAF was tracking, was downed over open ground in northern Israel by fighter jets and helicopters dispatched to intercept it.
The army said the drone was not a threat, and no sirens went off in the adjacent villages.
The military is looking into the incident. It follows a string of airstrikes on Iranian targets in Syria in recent days that Israel has been blamed for.
According to the Syrian Defense Ministry, five Syrian soldiers were hurt by Israeli airstrikes in Homs province on Sunday.
The death of a second member of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), Meqdad Meqdani, from injuries received in an attack on March 31 on the outskirts of Damascus that was also ascribed to Israel was announced by Iran’s semi-official Mehr News Agency on Sunday.
According to a military source cited by Syria’s official Syrian Arab News Agency, “bursts of missiles” were launched from the Golan Heights just after midnight on Friday.
According to Mehr, Milad Heidari, an IRGC military consultant, was reportedly killed in the strike, and the IRGC confirmed this in a statement the same day.
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