If confirmed, this will be the second Israeli attack on Syria within few weeks.
In the past, Israeli forces repeatedly bombed sites in the vicinity of Damascus, claiming their right to attack "Iranian targets" anywhere and at any time, but rarely admitting to having carried out such raids.
"The backlog of recent attack proves that we are more determined than ever to act against Iran in Syria", he added.
Israeli warplanes have fired a number of missiles towards Damascus, triggering Syrian air defence that shot down a lot of them, according to state media reports.
Meanwhile, the ministry said the "dangerous and aggressive" approach of Israel would not happen without the political, military and media covers of the United States.
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Kuchar's final-round 66 put him at 22-under 258 for the tournament, with Putnam finishing at 18 under with a 2-under 68 on Sunday. Lahiri bogeyed the 460-yard par-4 sixth, as he landed on the green in 2 and three-putting, moving him to one-over for the round.
Hezbollah's Al-Manar TV said the attack was "broader than usual," and targeted areas stretching from the eastern Damascus suburb of Dmeir to Kiswa, south of the capital, and all the way to the western village of Dimas near the Lebanese border.
Israel says Iran is seeking to establish a military presence in Syria that could threaten Israeli security by trying to transfer advanced weaponry to the Hezbollah terror group in Lebanon.
Israel is able to continue to get away with attacks against Syria only because it is protected by the U.S., the Syrian Foreign Ministry said following the IAF's latest attack on its soil. It said the Iranian-backed organization Hezbollah dug.