"The Israeli attack on the T-4 airport was carried out with F-15 aircraft that fired several missiles from above Lebanese territory", SANA reported, quoting a military source.
The Foreign Ministry issued a statement condemning the attack, saying that it would file an official complaint with the United Nations Security Council (UNSC).
Israel has neither confirmed nor denied carrying out the attack.
A member of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's security cabinet and Israeli strategic affairs experts voiced doubt that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, embroiled in a protracted civil war, would risk direct conflict with Israel.
Israel and Russian Federation have held routine coordination talks since Moscow started to send forces to fight along Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's Army in the war-torn country.
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"The Iranians are determined to base themselves in Syria", he told the Army Radio station.
Amidror told reporters a US strike in Syria could be used by Iran as a smokescreen "to do something against Israel". "We won't let them get near the borders".
"Israel's policy is clear; it will not allow the Iranians to build military facilities in Syria", Amidror said in an interview. The Russians use the T-4 Air Base for their operations in Syria, although most of their activity there was reduced some months ago.
Both the USA and France had earlier denied that they carried out the attack. "The second trend is Israel's feeling that neither Washington nor Moscow are willing to do anything about it, which in turn forces Israel to take additional risks". "It only remains for it to operate militarily and independently to curb the Iranian foothold in Syria, in the hope that its military activity will not devolve into an overall confrontation".