Hebron, South Hebron Hills
No special events. Quiet, deserted and sad.
Kvasim Junction: The jeep of a Captain George-like [a name that came up in association with some especially gruesome investigations some years ago] Shabak personality is standing there, stopping passers-by for random talks. People have almost no possibility of evading – no IDs are taken, but nor are you allowed to just pass by.
Shuyokh-Hebron Junction: the square's construction – funded with American money – is finished. How sad it is, though, that the sign pointing in the direction Hebron leads to a blocked route [see below], with the IDF making itself manifestly present. Still, the route to Shuyokh and Sa'ir is open and that does make a difference, at least insofar as the children's passage is now much safer.
In photos below (blocked road to Hebron, with IDF jeep on the sideway; turn to Shayuokh and Sa'ir open; Signpost noting USAID funding]
For more on this subject, see: http://www.machsomwatch.org/reports/checkpoints/03/03/2014/morning/25480#sthash.6Uj7jjzE.dpuf )