A rocket from Syria struck the Golan Heights Wednesday night. The rocket landed in an open area, and no injuries or damage was reported.
The defense establishment stated that the rocket was a spillover from the fighting in the Syrian Civil War.
A short time later, the IDF attacked a mortar site belonging to the Syrian regime from which the rocket was fired.
In another incident this evening, an IDF was attacked by an armed Arab terrorist during a mission to locate weapons in Hevron.
The terrorist was shot and killed.
On Sunday, several mortar shells exploded in an open area in the northern Golan Heights. The strikes are also believed to be the result of a spillover from the fighting near Israel's northern border.