Israel says it has hit two Syrian army targets in the Golan Heights in response to what it calls stray fire from the Syrian side. An Israeli military spokeswoman said on Monday that the Tel Aviv regime forces launched strikes against two Syrian army positions in the Golan Heights overnight. She provided no further details about the targets that were struck or the weapons Israeli forces used to attack them. The overnight attack came in response to what Israel called stray fire coming from the Syrian side. Tel Aviv, which is believed to be one of the key supporters of terrorist groups in Syria, has targeted the region several times in recent years. In September last year, Israel launched at least three airstrikes against Syrian army positions in the Golan Heights. Last month, Syrian media reported similar attacks south of the city of Homs.