The Syrian media reported that the country's Defence Ministry claimed that one Israeli plane was downed and another was damaged from anti-aircraft fire.
Syrian sources claim to have shot down one Israeli plane and hit another, claims Israel dismissed as "absolutely untrue".
"Our policy is very consistent", Netanyahu said.
Also Sunday, Chief of Staff Lt. Gen Gadi Eisenkot said that Israel is focused on preventing Hezbollah from receiving shipments of advanced weapons.
In a rare statement on the matter, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday acknowledged Israeli airstrikes in Syria, defending Israel's right to protect itself from the transfer of advanced weapons to the Lebanese terror group Hezbollah.
His comments came after the Israeli army announced that its aircraft have carried out several strikes inside Syria.
Israel F-15 fighter jets have managed to escape salvo of ground-to-air missiles from Pro-Assad forces Friday morning after having struck several targets inside Syria.
The report did not state whether it was in reference to yesterday's airstrike or other airstrikes allegedly conducted by Israel in Syria.
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Danon said in a statement that "the time has come to put an end to those using their status within the United Nations to promote anti-Israel activity".
"The place of enemy armies is being taken by terror organizations and new threats", Eisenkot said at the change of command ceremony for the army's GOC Northern Command.
Israeli officials have warned of the possibility Hezbollah and Iran could attempt to set up a base to attack Israel near the border with the Israeli Golan Heights.
Although Israel has operated with relative immunity in Syria, Russian-supplied anti-aircraft missile systems - including most recently S300 launchers have threatened to complicate Israel's freedom of action.
A "hotline" has been set up between the two countries, but Katz said Russian Federation is not notified in advance of an Israeli strike.
Iran-backed Hezbollah has been fighting in the Syrian war in support of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime, and Israel has expressed concern over whether the war will result in Iran increasing its power in the country.
A more likely scenario, several experts here said, is that the Syrian regime was so incensed by yet another successful Israeli air attack on its soil that it fired off a Scud-type ballistic missile to make a point.