Sansana (Meitar Crossing), South Hebron Hills, Susiya

Muhammad and Semadar (reporting and photograping); Translator: Natanya
נצר נוואג'עה חורש

We started by checking the parking area and booths at the Meitar Checkpoint. We saw more police cars and the Border Patrol than usual and it turned out that again the booths were  demolished and the goods confiscated. There was also one bus of the families of the prisoners.

Road 60 to thee will I give it, and to thy seed for ever

A few miles from the Znuta roadblock, the traffic police are handing out reports to the Palestinians.

We turned to Route 317.

We went to Nasser Nawaj'a in Susya. He was plowing his land opposite Tuwani. It is a 3 year old olive grove. Again he tells us that construction is banned and they cannot dig wells in their areas.

I asked how things were in general. According to him, a little calmer.

We went to Umm al-Kheir to meet Eid. He was not there and did not answer the phone and so we will try at some other time.

Signs were affixed near the Carmel settlement: "to thee will I give it, and to thy seed for ever”ץ

From there we traveled to Rafaiya We gave goods to a family whose house was destroyed two weeks ago and all its contents were buried under the rubble.