Turkish occupation turns archeological hill into a military base

The Turkish occupation army turned an ancient hill in the area of Janders to a military base, continuing to change the features of the occupied canton and sabotage its antiquities.

According to sources from Janders, the Turkish occupation army has established a base for its soldiers on the archaeological hill of Janders, after stealing the very precious antiquities.

According to the sources, the Turkish occupation army erected a wall around the base three meters high.

It is noteworthy that the Turkish occupation army had established two other bases in recent days, the first between the village of Tal Selur and the city of Janders and the second in the village of Darwish of  Rajo district.

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