The mortar landed in an open area and apparently did not explode. Sappers are dismantling it. It was likely the result of a misfire during battles between Syrian rebels and Assad's forces.
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"At 10:40 am two residents reported hearing a noise outside the community. They saw smoke and reported it to the army," Golan Regional Council spokeswoman Dalia Amos said.
Tank shell found in Golan (Photo: Avihu Shapira)
Soldiers canvass area (Photo: Avihu Shapira)
Amos noted that "sometimes we hear echoes of blasts from Syria but today was quiet."
One 82 mm mortar landed at Moshav Alonei Habashan but did not explode. Another fell near the border fence. There were no injuries or damage.
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