Supposed Israeli airstrikes hit multiple targets on Wednesday night including Hezbollah positions on the Syrian side of the Golan Heights and the airport at Damascus. 

Syrian state media SANA reported that the majority of the missiles were shot down and showed footage of one. However, several independent media reports, including the U.K.-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), and Saudi al-Arabiya television said that several targets were hit. A report from al-Arabiya said that a military base housing the Syrian military’s 165th Battalion, which has allegedly been used by Iran to store weapons and missiles, was also targeted in the airstrike.

Among the targets were also militias aligned with Hezbollah and the “Syrian Resistance for the Liberation of the Golan.” Elsewhere, SOHR reported hearing several explosions in military bases where the Syrian Army Brigade-90 tanks and Iranian-backed militias are located.

An amateur video posted to Twitter showed a missile strike at Damascus’s airport. The Jerusalem Post reported earlier on Wednesday that independent tracking sites followed two aircraft that were allegedly used by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) to transfer weapons to Syria and Lebanon. The aircraft were reportedly spotted en route from Tehran to Damascus.