IDF Shells Syrian Army Sites Violating 1974 Disengagement Agreement

By Yoni Weiss

The damage caused to the Biriya Forest in Tzfas, following missile attacks from Lebanon, as seen Wednesday. (Avshalom Sassoni/Flash90)

The IDF said Wednesday afternoon that it shelled Syrian Army sites in southern Syria for violating the 1974 disengagement agreement.

According to the IDF, the structures erected in the Syrian Golan Heights breached the Agreement on Disengagement signed in 1974 between Israel and Syria, which concluded the Yom Kippur War.

“The IDF considers the Syrian Army responsible for everything that happens in its territory and will not allow attempts to violate the disengagement agreement,” the military stated.

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