Hebron, South Hebron Hills
The day was very hot and there were hardly any cars on the road. All the rolling checkpoints which we had seen in Ramadan have disappeared as if they never were.
Here and there along road 60 we saw the shelters of the soldiers.
In the picture below is the new pillbox at Abda and the barricades behind it.
A yellow gate has been added which does not give, God forbid, the possibility of going through if “big brother” is not guarding there.
In the next picture we see how the building of the new checkpoint which is under the neighborhood of Givat Ha’avot and at the entrance of the Kapisha neighborhood is progressing.
This is the checkpoint which will be built also as a passage for cars. Very probably only for army vehicles because of the base of the headquarters of the Border guard in Hebron.
In the picture: The checkpoint which is being built next to the area of Habad in the neighborhood of Tel Rumeida.
In the next picture is the checkpoint which is being built at the other side of the cemetery. The assumption is that these two checkpoints will be part of the planning of the archaeological garden which the Jewish Settlement is planning . And these will also be checkpoints for cars and tractors which will be used to make a road. There will also be a path for pedestrians from the spring to Tel Rumeida to the top.
לא היו עוד אנשים וחזרנו הביתה.
החום הגדול מפיל את כולם.