Dura-Al Fawwar Junction, Sansana (Meitar Crossing), South Hebron Hills
The Meitar checkpoint, in spite of the never-ending rain, is full of cars on the sides as well.
We drove on Route 60, low traffic.
At the entrance to Samu' 2 military jeeps, checking cars and a long line of cars waiting to be checked.
At the entrance to Dahariya, a military jeep and a police jeep inspect cars.
At the entrance to Abda, near the pillbox, a military jeep checks cars.
Before Al Fawwar, opposite the spring, soldiers with Israeli flags stuck in the ground and farmers working in the area.
Al Fawwar, the entrance / checkpoint is completely closed, no cars can go through since Friday. The cars stand on all sides of the intersection. Explanation: Boys threw stones.
Along the way, fields are flooded with rainwater and damaged roads, with pits.
At the entrance to Hebron (near Beit Hagai), a military jeep and cars are also checking cars.
In summary: A sign of the bells of peace ... Everywhere there is an increased military presence.