Now Hebron is Quiet
A. is on the phone, reporting that Hebron is quiet now. The Golani infantry brigade has replaced the Nahal brigade. Because of the current instructions to maintain a 2-meters distance, soldiers refrain from detaining the few passersby.
Generally, people prefer to stay indoors and follow instructions. Being used to curfew and closure, this is nothing new for them, says A. This is how people in Gaza feel all the time.
Everyone is under deep uncertainty about the economy, their precarious livelihood, and fear of death.
We promised each other to meet after the “Coronavirus war” and with the hope that by then, the Israeli occupation would be over too…