Israeli aircraft struck Syrian military targets on Monday, the Israeli army confirmed in a rare statement.Syrian state media acknowledged the strikes, reporting unspecified "material damage" at military outposts near the capital Damascus.
The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said it was retaliation for a bombing attempt, BBC reported.
The IDF said earlier it had killed four men planting explosives near the Israeli-occupied sector of Golan Heights late on Sunday.
Surveillance footage showed the group engulfed in an explosion.
Monday's attack targeted "observation posts and intelligence collection systems, anti-aircraft artillery facilities and command and control systems" in Syrian army bases in Qunaitra, the IDF said.