Two missiles from Syria landed in Israel Thursday as President Bashar Assad’s forces and rebels fought for the Quneitra crossing on the Golan Heights, NBC News reported. The Israel Defense Forces declared a “closed military zone” near the crossing in response to the fighting. People were not allowed inside the area and locals were advised to stay away from the fields. No one was injured on the Israeli side, but two wounded Syrians who came to the border were taken to hospitals in Israel, an IDF spokeswoman said. She declined to comment on whether Israeli troops were being moved toward the border, which is guarded by a United Nations’ peacekeeping force.