Three Syrian mortar shells fell near the Israel-Syria border in the southern
Golan Heights on Thursday. The shells landed in Israel accidentally, the Israel Defense Forces said.
While there are no reports of injuries or damage resulting from the shells on Thursday, wounded Syrians continue being admitted for treatment in Israeli hospitals. Most recently, a Syrian man with a wound to his head, a one-year-old, and a 10-month old were admitted to Western Galilee Medical Center in Nahariya, according to the Jerusalem Post and Israel Radio.
A total of 85 Syrians have been treated in the Nahariya hospital so far during the Syrian civil war, while the Ziv Medical Center in Safed has treated several dozen Syrians.