The footage shows people skiing down a mountain when the missle streaks overhead, apparently followed by an intercepting missile from Israel’s Iron Dome system.
The attempted strike, which took place over the Mount Hermon ski resort, was followed by a rare Israeli daylight air raid near the Damascus International Airport in Syria on Monday.
The Israeli military said its jets struck a series of Iranian military targets in Syria, with targets including munition storage facilities, an intelligence site, and a military training camp.
A short while ago, a rocket was fired at the northern Golan Heights and was intercepted by the Iron Dome Aerial Defense System. pic.twitter.com/RXM7OvdeyJ— Israel Defense Forces (@IDF)January 20, 2019
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the pre-dawn strikes lasted for nearly an hour and were the most intense Israeli attacks since May.
It said 11 were killed in the strikes.
The Russian military said four Syrian troops were among those killed in airstrikes that targeted three different locations and damaged unspecified infrastructure at Damascus airport.
There were no further details on the casualties or their nationalities.
Additional reporting by agencies