Sansana (Meitar Crossing), South Hebron Hills

Hagit Back (reporting and photographing); Natanya Ginsburg (translating)

We arrived late at the Meitar checkpoint. They do not take money any more and the parking lots are packed

The entire area of the Jewish settlement in Hebron was placed under a closed military zone order for a day from 12 noon to 12 noon the next day. It was declared a closed army area. We did not want confrontations so we went home. There are probably special celebrations there .....

That's how it is when the army and the settlers are symbiosis.

That's the way it is when there is occupation and military rule.

The truck and bags of clothes you see below are donated (through Rachel Afek and Anat) to the unrecognized villages. They are in my house for the time being, and that is why we went out late to our shift.

Cloths for the unrecognised villages
Cloths for the unrecognised villages
Hagit Back