Hebron, South Hebron Hills

Observers: 
Hagit Back (reporting and photographing); Natanya Ginsburg (translating)
03/09/2018
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Morning

In the picture below: The checkpoint at the exit of Samoa on road 60

Another checkpoint at the crossroads of Dahariyah where there was a long line of cars. I stood there next to the soldiers for some time and in my honour they freed the line.

I helped people. I was the social worker of the occupation.

The new patent of how to free people quickly is to photograph the IDs of the person  being checked and not to have to use a communication device. Those who were sent on their way, work for the settlers and this is the way they are supervised.

Hebron

Shuhada Street was full of flags and during the day I also understood why the area was declared a closed military area.

The picture below was not taken by me. On Friday, when the Hebron Brigade security forces were busy breaking the spirit of  Breaking the Silence, A Jew was lost in the Abu Snan neighborhood. Our friend, Idris, brought him back safe and sound to  area H2 (Idris sent me the picture).

We went to Mitzpeh Yair. The road leading to the area where they are stealing Palestinian land was blocked.

On our way back home, 12-year-olds from Bani Naim are trying to sell .....

All that you see just an hour away from home is so annoying and irritating.

The checkpoint at the exit from Samoa on Road 60
The checkpoint at the exit from Samoa on Road 60
Photographer: 
Hagit Back
A Jew was lost in the Abu Snan neighborhood. Our friend, Idris, brought him back safe and sound to  area H2
A Jew was lost in the Abu Snan neighborhood. Our friend, Idris, brought him back safe and sound to  area H2
Photographer: 
Idris