The Israeli military launched missiles at targets near the central Syrian city of Homs, late Wednesday night. According to the Syrian news outlet, jets from the Israel Defense Forces fired “a burst of missiles” at the T-4 Syrian military airbase, the largest in the country. Israel's military has long maintained that the T-4 base is used by Iran to move weapons throughout the region—most notably to the Hezbollah terror group. In February 2018, the IDF said Iranian forces piloted an armed drone into Israeli airspace—before being shot down by an Israeli helicopter. The reported strikes came two days after Israel was said to have launched missiles at targets in Syria’s south, killing at least two Syrian soldiers. A Syrian civilian woman was also reportedly killed when a Syrian military anti-aircraft missile struck her home. In accordance with its policy, the IDF had no comment.