According to the report, the missiles were fired from the Israeli-controlled Golan Heights at several targets to the southwest of the Syrian capital.
The country’s air defenses responded to the threat, intercepting several missiles, SANA reported. Israel has not commented on the matter so far.
Tel Aviv’s missile strikes regularly target the positions of the Syrian army or those of its allies.
Damascus has repeatedly complained to the United Nations over the Israeli assaults, urging the world body’s Security Council to take action against Tel Aviv’s crimes.
Israel has even been using the territory to provide safe passage and medical treatment for the anti-Syria Takfiri terrorists, who would flee there from the Syrian military’s counter-terrorism operations.