“The Syrian regime is fully responsible for terrorist activities that are carried out from Syrian territory,” the Israeli army said, according to The Times of Israel. And she added that she hit out at the organization that carried out the drone attack, without specifying its name.
The port city of Eilat, which is located on the Red Sea, is located approximately 400 kilometers from Syrian territory, Reuters points out.
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A drone hit a school in Eilat on Thursday. Six people were taken to hospital for smoke inhalation or shock.
The army announced on Thursday that in the Red Sea region, to which Israel has access through the port of Eilat, its Arrow air defense system successfully intercepted a missile aimed at Israeli territory.
In recent weeks, Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi rebels have repeatedly sent rockets or drones towards Israel, but so far they have all been shot down or failed to reach their destination.
The Houthis consider themselves part of the so-called “axis of resistance” against Israel, which, in addition to the Palestinian movement Hamas, also includes Shiite Muslim factions in Iraq supported by Iran and the Lebanese group Hezbollah.
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