The Israel army on Wednesday announced that daily life had returned to normal in the occupied Golan Heights following the adoption of several security measures.
Following a review by the army’s Northern Command, daily routines in the Golan Heights — including educational and agricultural activity — have returned to normal following a period of heightened military mobilization, according to an army statement.
“Touristic activity has also resumed as usual in coordination with the army,” the statement read.
Late Tuesday, the Israeli army was put on high alert in the occupied Golan Heights due to what it described as “suspicious Iranian activity in Syria”.
In April, Israel struck the T-4 airbase in Syria’s western Homs province, reportedly killing a number of Iranian army officers, sparking fears of possible reprisal by Iran.