Dura-Al Fawwar Junction, Hakvasim (sheep) Junction, Sansana (Meitar Crossing), South Hebron Hills

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Raya Y. Translator: Natanya

Meitar CP is crowded.

Many workers pass through the checkpoint today and the parking of the vehicles is very busy to capacity.

Road 60:

In Eshtamo'a  an acoustic wall and a fence were built within a month, in addition caravans were added in the illegal settlement and unlike the Palestinian neighbors, no one from the army or administration came to destroy them.

A military checkpoint at the exit from Samu' stops vehicles, two soldiers are standing and checking and two soldiers at a nearby lookout.

A similar checkpoint was added this morning at Al Fawwar, here too the same 2 + 2 format.

Omar Abu Sneina from Hebron meets us at the Sheep Junction. Omar says that almost every day, in the early morning hours, there is a checkpoint at the intersection when everyone is in a hurry to get to work and therefore there is a delay in the schedules, which creates stress and discomfort.

Further down the road when they reach the checkpoint the rest of the crossing is fast and takes only 10 minutes.