Israeli Air Force warplanes struck a weapons convoy of four trucks belonging to the Shiite terror group Hezbollah near Maarba, north of Damascus, Arab media reported Thursday.
No one was killed in the Wednesday night air strike, according to the report by the Lebanese website Mulhak.
An IDF spokesperson said Thursday night that the army “will not comment” on the reports of a strike in Syria.
Syrian opposition websites said that the IAF “the Israeli air force carried out a number of strikes against Hezbollah positions close to the Syria-Lebanon border,” Israel National News reported.
“According to reports from the field, the air strike was carried out as a Hezbollah convoy departed from the area, apparently [further] into Lebanon,” INN quoted the opposition as saying.
Since the start of the Syrian civil war five years ago, a number of airstrikes in Syria or close to the border with Lebanon have been attributed to Israel.
Hezbollah has thousands of fighters in Syria, providing military forces to help Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime put down the insurgency.
In May, Hezbollah said its top commander in Syria, Mustafa Badreddine, was killed in an Israeli airstrike.
In April, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu confirmed that Israel had carried out dozens of strikes against Hezbollah to prevent the group from obtaining advanced weapons — a rare Israeli admission of involvement in air attacks in Syria.
Israel has vowed to prevent Hezbollah from obtaining “game-changing” arms — in particular advanced anti-aircraft systems of chemical weapons.