The Israel Air Force attacked an abandoned ISIS military facility in the Syrian Golan Heights early Monday in response to the mortar and gunfire aimed at an IDF patrol from that area the previous day, dropping 10 one-ton bombs on the target.  
There were no immediate reports of injuries.
The target, an outpost in Wadi Sirhan not far from the border with Israel, was previously used by the UN. International forces abandoned the outpost two years ago after fighters from Shuhada’ al-Yarmouk (the Yarmouk Martyrs Brigade), which is affiliated with ISIS, kidnapped UN peacekeepers.
It has since been taken over by the militants and serves as a base of operations near the border with Israel. The outpost is used for training and to store arms.
“This is a follow-up attack to the one carried out yesterday (Sunday), meant to prevent the terrorists from returning to the facility, which constitutes a …