They further revealed that Syrian forces destroyed both missiles fired on Syria.
Last month, the Israelis targeted two military sites in Syria where Iranian fighters were located, including the T-4 airbase in central Syria. "We have responded to the attack", Efe news agency quoted army spokesman Jonathan Conricus as saying.
Residents in nearby Damascus reported seeing explosions above the city as Syrian air defence systems shot down missiles.
Syrian state media reported that Israeli missile strikes hit military bases as well as an arms depot and a military radar installation, without specifying the location.
The official news agency SANA says Tuesday night's attack occurred in the countryside in Kisweh, just south of Damascus.
An Israeli soldier stands on top of Merkava Mark IV tanks as troops take position near the Syrian border in the Israeli-annexed Golan Heights on May 9. Syrian state media said Israeli missiles had been brought down over Damascus, Homs and Sueida.
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Amos Gilead, a retired senior Israeli defense official, told a security conference in the coastal town of Herzliya that Iran's intentions in Syria meant a wider conflagration may only be a matter of time.
Israel "views this Iranian attack very severely", Conricus told reporters. Israel has warned that it will not allow Iran to establish a permanent military presence in Syria.
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Faced with these dangers, Israel will continue to defend itself, confident in America's support and freed from the specter of a bad deal.
On Wednesday, a powerful Iraqi paramilitary group with links to Iran said Trump's withdrawal from the nuclear deal would "ignite the region".
Thursday's flare-up came hours after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu returned from a visit to Moscow, where he discussed Syria concerns with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Israeli war planes were targeting Syrian territories with rockets early on Thursday for the second time in the week.