The IDF early Thursday, May 10, bombed 50 Iranian military targets in Syria, including Al Qods command posts, military camps, arsenals at Damascus international airport, intelligence posts. These raids in the Damascus region came after against units of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards’ Al Qods in Syria launched a 20-missile barrage at IDF forward positions on the Golan shortly after midnight on Wednesday, May 9. There were no casualties. Some of the incoming missiles were intercepted by Iron Dome batteries. Israel artillery and tanks blasted the sources of the fire at Baath near Quneitra and Khan Arnaba, where Iran’s Revolutionary Guards and Hizballah maintain a command center. The missile attack from across the Golan border with Syria set off warning sirens just before one a.m. Civilians were ordered to take shelter in protected areas. The IDF issued a communique half an hour later, saying: “We view with extreme gravity the Iranian missile attack on the Golan and are ready for a number of different scenarios.” A short time later, social media reported that several explosions rocked Damascus, and claimed that Israeli jets struck several military sites belonging to Bashar Assad’s forces and the Iranian Al-Qods units near the Syrian capital. This was not confirmed by any authoritative source.