Dura-Al Fawwar Junction, Hebron, Sansana (Meitar Crossing), South Hebron Hills

Observers: 
Hagit Back (reporting and photographing); Translator: Natanya
11/09/2017
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Morning

O7.00 to 10.00

At the checkpoint of Meitar the workers and the families of the prisoners pass quickly. There are no queues. Four buses wait to take the families.

On road 60 to our surprises there are no blockages at any place and only at the crossroads of Dura-alFawwar soldiers stand  at the cement blocks. 

In Kiryat Arba on our way to Hebron, Anat Cohen notices that we are coming and warns all the soldiers and border police. We do not feel like messing with her and when she says hello to us at the Abed checkpoint we answer good morning. Restraint is maintained on both sides. Only after she leaves the  soldiers do not allow our driver to park in front of Abed's shop, and in addition to that the harassing settler (Aryeh) emerges, we decide to leave. Partly because Hebron is literally deserted during the hours we are there, the children are already in school. It seems that more and more Palestinians are leaving H2.

Every Hebrew mother should know what her children do in the army.

In the photo below, a Border Police soldier stands in front of Abed's shop.

In the photo Border Police guard the House of the Cave. Note the two Palestiniann flags which hang at the entrance to the house next to it.

Soldiers guard the crossroads at Beit Anun.

Soldiers guard the wineyard of the man, the Jewish terrorist from the underground, Menachem Livni. The symbiosis between the settlers and the army is already a trite story in 50 years of occupation.

And more  goats….the routine of the occupation.

Border Police guard the House of the Cave. Note the two Palestinian flags which hang at the entrance to the house next to it
Photographer: 
Hagit Back
Goats herd
Photographer: 
Hagit Back