Since the beginning of the global war on Syria, archaeological sites have been looted, stolen and destroyed. These sites include archaeological hills in northeastern Syria, especially in the areas of Qamishli and Tal Abyad, where they were severely destroyed by the Turkish aggression on those areas, where the most important Syrian archaeological hills dating back thousands of years. It came from the most important archaeological discoveries during the past decades, which were discovered by dozens of foreign archaeological missions that worked in Syria before the war began. In order to preserve this heritage, which is immortal pages of the history of humanity and fear of loss, every role of the international community and international organizations concerned with cultural affairs, especially UNESCO, academics and archaeologists in the world who know the value of these sites. This aggression targeting the Syrian cultural heritage. What Turkey is doing today is a war crime against humanity and its material heritage in Syria, and the Turkish government bears legal and moral responsibility for these actions. The Directorate General of Antiquities and Museums expects the owner of every neighborhood conscience to do his duty to protect Syrian archaeological sites and stop the unjust and barbaric aggression against them, which indicates the systematic targeting of this heritage, which was initiated by the Turkish occupation forces in the areas of Afrin and northern Aleppo, and it completes the destruction by terrorist gangs At the forefront is ISIS for all the archaeological sites, cities and hills it has occupied.