Dura-Al Fawwar Junction, Hebron, Sansana (Meitar Crossing), South Hebron Hills
"This is how the Meitar checkpoint looks when there is a closure in the area. The parking lot is empty. There is only a long line of trucks which are transporting sand "back to back.
This is how the dividing wall is being built slowly but surely. An addition to the fence.
All the way to Hebron very kilometer has its army jeep. Maybe in honour of the holiday road 60 is being more closely guarded.
At Dura el Fawwar there is a checkpint.
Another army jeep next to the village of Kaliglas.
A checkpoint at the sheep crossroads.
. We flee today as fast as we can. An unbridled racist attack on our driver by the Border police at the checkpint at the entrance to the Cave of the Patriarchs which left us with no energy to continue. For too many years M. and I have been engaged in trying to protect the rights of people caught up in the occupation. I am a Jew and therefore not so much under attack. But he is a potential terrorist and how can you show that “he has no sister.” (A translation of the Hebrew slogan which says go and prove what you cannot prove). This world needs to dress up as something differenty. The racism is tiring and frightening.