The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the missiles hit positions belonging to Iran and its regional proxies.
Several Gulf states have violated every negotiating tactic in their dealings with Israel and are giving away the keys to a kingdom that isn't theirs to give.
Syrian regime's news agency SANA did not specify the origin of the drone, but reported it "came from the West."
The July 19 attack struck a militia base in Amirli in Iraq's Salaheddin province. A senior official with the Shia militias at the time said the base housed advisers from Iran and Lebanon — a reference to the Iranian-backed Lebanese Hezbollah group.
The missiles targetted Tal al Hara sector located near the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, according to regime-run SANA news agency, which reported no casualties.
Syrian regime media said that Israeli warplanes attacked a military outpost in the Queneitra province. Israel said it was responding to anti-aircraft fire from Syria against one of its planes.
The US administration has dropped any pretence of following diplomatic norms or international law and Ankara has called them on it every step of the way.
Experts warn the US seeks to counterbalance Russian and Iranian influence by recognising Israeli sovereignty over Golan, a move that is likely to translate into the US-crafted division of Syria.
Turkey's President Erdogan says he will take the issue to UN as Israel's PM Benjamin Netanyahu reaches Washington amid expectations US President Trump will formally recognise Israel's sovereignty over occupied Syrian territory.
The regime forces have pressed ahead with their offensive despite threats by Daesh to kill civilians it recently captured in the nearby province of Sweida.
The move comes over growing fears that member of the Syrian civil defence unit, known as the White Helmets, will be targeted by regime forces when they move into Quneitra province.
Two Israeli missiles land near Damascus airport as the Syrian regime offensive continues in areas bordering Israeli-occupied Golan Heights and Jordan.
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