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

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Hagit Back (reporting); Translator: Natanya


Crossing, Meitar checkpoint, the parking lot at the Palestinian side is full to bursting and the cars pass quickly.

Today there are no family visits to prisoners and workers over the age of 55 who do not need permits pass quickly.

There was a checkpoint in Dahariya. The same at the Haggai Junction, at the Sheep Junction, and closed at El Fawwar. In part of the intersections the soldiers just stood at the concrete blocks. This time without flags.

Only in one post under the Otniel settlement there was a flag.

Hebron is desolate, soldiers at the concrete blocks and at all checkpoints guard the settlers. Most of the Palestinians remain at home in this part of the city. The checkpoint to the Kafisha neighborhood has not yet begun to operate. (Working on it)

We wanted to get to Negohot to see the roadblocks near the Awwa .This is  what Waze showed on the screen.

We know the way, we don't need its service.


This is what Waze showed on its screen
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Soldiers in area B guard the road leading to a settlement of 20 families
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Road signs so that drivers don't get lost
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The road is in a Palestinian densely settled area
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