Sansana (Meitar Crossing), South Hebron Hills
We passed through the Meitar checkpoint, which was quiet and empty. Though many cars in the parking lot. M. passed by early in the morning and said that at 6:00 - 7:00, it was packed with people despite Ramadan.
Road 60: Little traffic and on 317 even less. We passed through the Metzudat Yehuda checkpoint - Yatir on the way to our friends the Abu Kbeita family. Father of the family; Mahmoud greeted us and said that his son Ismail was refused passage at a checkpoint in his car even though he has a proper permit. They contacted together with someone from Machsom Watch to the Liaison Office but could not arrange the matter. He also said that about three weeks ago, In early May, His 13-year-old son was run over on his way to school by a settler from Yatir. The boy is suffering from a broken leg. The family filed a complaint with the police and the young man identified the attacker, who apparently already had several complaints against him. The police are checking .
Ramadan Karim friends!