Dura-Al Fawwar Junction, Hebron, Sansana (Meitar Crossing), South Hebron Hills
At the checkpoint of the Meitar crossing, work is in progress to improvee the shed in which the Palestinians have to wait. I did not take pictures.
All the way to Hebron there are no military vehicles and it seems quiet. The children are busy with the winter vacation.
We went into the grocery store in El Fawwar, before the grocery store. We saw the graffiti in the three pictures below.
In a conversation with the owner we understood how deep the feeling of despair is.
We entered Hebron through the Gal neighborhood east of Kiryat Arba. There are already 24 structures, some of which are permanent. They stand on private Palestinian land which was apparently bought legally.
Youths of Kiryat Arab are, it seems, decorating. Cement blocks have been put up again on the way to the Route of the Worshippers and next to the House of Contention.
And to Hebron through the Gal vicinity east of Kiryat Arba, there are already 24 structures, some of which are permanent structures. On private Palestinian land that was apparently bought by law.
A course of the Education Corps receives instruction concerning Hebron from the Jewish council of Hebron.
And opposite them the pleasant Ido from Breaking the Silence who is taking the army preparatory course from Ashalim on a tour. Another army preparatory group is also being taken on a tour. They invited us to come and lecture and we traded phone numbers.
A soldier stands next to the house of Imad going up to Tel Rumeida.
We see the damage that the soldiers did when they destroyed the kiosks of the vegetable sellers a little behind the crossroads of Dura El Fawwar. About 4000 shekel damage was done to the farmers.
On the way back there was also a rolling barricade at the crossroads of Beit Hagai.
The routine of the occupation.