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

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Ariela (reporting) and M.; Translator: Natanya

A long column of cars stretched  out  at the entrance to the Meitar checkpoint. It turned out that the buses of the authorities of

development of the southern Hebron hills blocked the road, trying to turn left on a white line to the grove before the checkpoint. The "Lords of the earth," no law applies to them.

We drive on Route 60. At Eshtamoa you can see a bulldozer working energetically and we must follow up on what happens there afterwards.

The entrance to Dahariya is open. At the entrance to 'Abda, the gate next to the pillbox is closed all the time.

At the Dura-El Fawwar junction, a Border Police jeep entered El Fawwar against the  traffic laws, and this without mentioning that El Fawwar is in Area A.

Opposite Kiryat Arba, an armored vehicle at the junction. Between Hebron and Halhul there is another military jeep standing on a cross roads.

Continue on Route 60 through the industrial zone of Beit Ummar and of course the pillbox from above observes everything from its top.

At the entrance to Zurif is an armored vehicle with red shoes sticking out from under it

On the way we pass the refugee campe of El Arrub which is behind the fences….that is to say in a cage.

We went on our way to Gush Etzion. At the crossroads there is another pillbox.

We went back along road 367 through the checkpoint of Jab'a where we were very carefully checked.

On the long route of road 60 we could not forget the occupation even for a moment.