Occupation forces loot another archaeological site in Gire Spi
The Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries continue to loot important archaeological sites with the aim of obliterating the cultural and civilizational heritage of the peoples of the region.
Citing local sources from the occupied territories, ANHA reported that the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries bulldozed and looted an archaeological hill in the town of Suluk in Girê Spi district.
According to the sources, the bulldozing operations reached Tell Al-Dahlez, 30 kilometers south of the town of Suluk, and began a few days ago under the pretext of establishing a military post on the hill, where civilians were prevented from approaching the area.
The sweeping operations also extended to the Hasheesha hill, 25 kilometers east of the town of Suluk, which is located on the road linking Girê Spi district and the city of Serêkaniyê (Ras al-Ain).
The bulldozing of the ancient Sahlan hill, located near the village of Khirbet Al-Raz in the occupied Girê Spi district had also been documented last month.
The Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries continue to loot important archaeological sites with the aim of obliterating the cultural and civilizational heritage of the peoples of the region, as they previously bulldozed and looted several well-known archaeological sites in Girê Spi district, such as the city of Far and Sabay al-Abyad hill in the town of Hammam al-Turkman.