Dura-Al Fawwar Junction, Sansana (Meitar Crossing), South Hebron Hills
We left at 08:30.
Open! At the crossing we were told everything was operating normally except for a merchant from Bethlehem who wasn’t allowed through this entry.
South Hebron Hills
Dura-Al Fawwar – Border Police present.
Southern entrance to Hebron from Beit Haggai – Closed
Kvasim junction – Israeli police present
We didn’t enter Hebron.
The entrance to Hebron from Shuyukh – Closed
The entrance to Hebron from Highway 35 – Closed
Nabil’s grocery store at Zif junction – Global village: date spread from Dubai, Halvah from Egypt, dairy products from Tnuvah, Tahini from Hebron, and, of course, the fakus (Palestinian crop) which Leah says is heavenly. True to the recycling/reuse tradition, Nabil uses the settlers’ posters as sunshades.
Happy Ramadan, Nabil.
M. says traffic on Highway 60 was heavier than in previous weeks.