'Awarta, Beit Furik, Huwwara, Shomron Crossing, Za'tara (Tapuah)

Observers: 
Esti V., Nava A..Translator: Judith Greenוה א.
Oct-1-2015
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Morning

Oranit, Huwarra, Awarta, Beit Furik

 

 

It wasn't pleasant to see the closed gate.

 

07:45  Oranit

We did not arrive at gate 1447/1448.  The iron gate leading from the plaza of Oranit to the patrol road (which is actually called the Haim Landau road) was locked.  Next to it was a passageway for pedestrians, but not wide enough for cars.

 

We called the DCO, which referred us to the officer in charge of passageways.  He told us that the agricultural gate was already open and that the workers can go through, but there is no passage for civilian vehicles.  "And that is how it has always been".

 

He referred us for further clarification to talk to the company commander and the female soldier also told us that this is the situation.  [D1] She does not  expect change.

 

It seems that the 18-19 year old bureaucrats do not have an historical perspective.

 

Next to the Oranit plaza there is a construction foreman waiting for his workers.  He says that no one informed him of the change.  One day th

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8:30  Za'atra, Tapuah

The booths are not manned.  Border Police are standing with their equipment on the plaza, ready for ??

At Huwarra there are a number of military vehicles.

 

Izhar/Burin:  no military activity.

 

On the way from Dison there are police vehicles (blue and border police) at the various junctions.  Next to one of them, opposite the memorial "Yad Me'ir", there is a heap of boards.  It didn't look as though they intended to build a sukkah!  Later on, we saw 2 cars of settlers next to them.  Were they on their way to build another settlement?

 

9:00  Beit Furik:  the checkpoint is unmanned.

 

Awarta:  As usual, the yellow barrier arm blocks the whole passageway.

 

9:10  Huwarra checkpoint:  there is a soldier in the tower opposite the hitch-hiking station.  Around the plaza there are signs from various settlements "Return to Joseph".  We will send a photo.

 

9:25;  Za'atra/Tapuah:  unmanned.  Next to the checkpoint, there is an abandoned car, without license plates and somewhat disassembled.

 

Shomron gate:  traffic is flowing.

 

Oranit, Huwarra, Awarta, Beit Furik

, Esti V., Nava A..Translator: Judith Green

 

It wasn't pleasant to see the closed gate.

 

07:45  Oranit

We did not arrive at gate 1447/1448.  The iron gate leading from the plaza of Oranit to the patrol road (which is actually called the Haim Landau road) was locked.  Next to it was a passageway for pedestrians, but not wide enough for cars.

 

We called the DCO, which referred us to the officer in charge of passageways.  He told us that the agricultural gate was already open and that the workers can go through, but there is no passage for civilian vehicles.  "And that is how it has always been".

 

He referred us for further clarification to talk to the company commander and the female soldier also told us that this is the situation.  [D1] She does not  expect change.

 

It seems that the 18-19 year old bureaucrats do not have an historical perspective.

 

Next to the Oranit plaza there is a construction foreman waiting for his workers.  He says that no one informed him of the change.  One day th

.

8:30  Za'atra, Tapuah

The booths are not manned.  Border Police are standing with their equipment on the plaza, ready for ??

At Huwarra there are a number of military vehicles.

 

Izhar/Burin:  no military activity.

 

On the way from Dison there are police vehicles (blue and border police) at the various junctions.  Next to one of them, opposite the memorial "Yad Me'ir", there is a heap of boards.  It didn't look as though they intended to build a sukkah!  Later on, we saw 2 cars of settlers next to them.  Where they on their way to build another settlement?

 

9:00  Beit Furik:  the checkpoint is unmanned.

 

Awarta:  As usual, the yellow barrier arm blocks the whole passageway.

 

9:10  Huwarra checkpoint:  there is a soldier in the tower opposite the hitch-hiking station.  Around the plaza there are signs from various settlements "Return to Joseph".  We will send a photo.

 

9:25;  Za'atra/Tapuah:  unmanned.  Next to the checkpoint, there is an abandoned car, without license plates and somewhat disassembled.

 

Shomron gate:  traffic is flowing.

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e gate was closed and now the workers must climb by foot a long path along the wall.  We'll see on our next visit if there is any change.

 

Shomron gate:  the traffic is flowing.

 

 

 

 

 

08:30  Za'atra, Tapuah

The booths are not manned.  Border Police are standing with their equipment on the plaza, ready for ??

At Huwarra there are a number of military vehicles.

 

Izhar/Burin: there is  no military activity.

 

On the way from Dison there are police vehicles (blue and border police) at the various junctions.  Next to one of them, opposite the memorial "Yad Me'ir", there is a heap of boards.  It didn't look as though they intended to build a sukkah!  Later on, we saw 2 cars of settlers next to them.  Where they on their way to build another settlement?

 

09:00  Beit Furik:  the checkpoint is unmanned.

 

Awarta:  As usual, the yellow barrier arm blocks the whole passageway.

 

 

 

 

Oranit, Huwarra, Awarta, Beit Furik, Thurs. AM, 1.10.15

Observers;  Esti V., Nava A.

Translator: Judith Green

 

It wasn't pleasant to see the closed gate.

 

07:45  Oranit

We did not arrive at gate 1447/1448.  The iron gate leading from the plaza of Oranit to the patrol road (which is actually called the Haim Landau road) was locked.  Next to it was a passageway for pedestrians, but not wide enough for cars.

 

We called the DCO, which referred us to the officer in charge of passageways.  He told us that the agricultural gate was already open and that the workers can go through, but there is no passage of civilian vehicles.  "And that is how it always has been".

 

He referred us for further clarification to talk to the company commander and the female soldier also told us that this is the situation.  She has no expectation of change.

 

It seems that the 18-19 old bureaucrats do not have a historical perspective.

 

Next to the Oranit plaza there is a construction foreman waiting for his workers.  He says that no one informed him of the change.  One day the gate was closed and now the workers must climb by foot a long path along the wall.  We'll see on our next visit if there is any change.

 

Shomron gate:  the traffic is flowing.

08:30  Za'atra, Tapuah

The booths are not manned.  Border Police are standing with their equipment on the plaza, ready for ??

AtHuwarra there are a number of military vehicles.

 

Izhar/Burin:  no military activity.

 

On the way from Dison there are police vehicles (blue and border police) at the various junctions.  Next to one of them, opposite the memorial "Yad Me'ir", there is a heap of boards.  It didn't look as though they intended to build a sukkah!  Later on, we saw 2 cars of settlers next to them.  Where they on their way to build another settlement?

 

09:00  Beit Furik:  the checkpoint is unmanned.

 

Awarta:  As usual, the yellow barrier arm blocks the whole passageway.

 

09:10  Huwarra checkpoint:  there is a soldier in the tower opposite the hitch-hiking station.  Around the plaza there are signs from various settlements "Return to Joseph".  We will send a photo.

 

09:25;  Za'atra/Tapuah:  unmanned.  Next to the checkpoint, there is an abandoned car, without license plates and somewhat disassembled.

 

Shomron gate: traffic is flowing.

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