דרום הר חברון, חברון, תרקומיא
We entered the Tarqumiya checkpoint.
The entrance is without problems and there are no workers at this time.
Oil is produced in the oil press in Idhna. This year, the harvest is poor, they say, and yet it is a happy sight.
The owner of the olive press shows us a beautiful new house built next to it. The olive press on the hill is about to be destroyed.
They are not allowed to build and do not get permits. All our land is legal, says the owner, but we are not allowed to live. The family has been attacked three times by the army.
His cousin is active in the Bereaved Families Forum.
In Hebron everything is as usual. Everything Hagit wrote the day before is the same. But because of road work we could not drive along Shuhada Street.
Near the Tomb of the Patriarchs, as usual, there are many tourists from Israel and around the world.
On the way back there are many soldiers in the area of the Dura-al-Fawwar intersection and also near the spring. But the reason is not visible.
We returned through the Meitar checkpoint. As if there is entry and exit to and from Palestine.