Dura-Al Fawwar Junction, Sansana (Meitar Crossing), South Hebron Hills
At the Meitar checkpoint there is much traffic. The parking lot has no places vacant. The stalls at the checkpoint are selling their wares and are back in full force. We do not see masks on the faces of the hawkers. The Corona does not pass anyone by, but from my conversation with one of the sellers, it was explained to me that they do not believe in the Corona. I did not agree with the statement, I was silent and we continued our journey.
At the entrance to Samo', a military jeep stops and checks vehicles entering the area.
Al-Fawwar Junction and at the spring in front of it stand soldiers watching the road and the junction.
Every evening at the Khursa checkpoint, the soldiers come down from the pillbox before dark, stopping and checking every vehicle and every pedestrian. Yusuf and Shaker told us when we asked how they are.
At the exit near Beit Awwa we are told by a young girl we met that there is a settler who regularly harasses them passing by their house with his flock of sheep. He does this regularly as if this is his territory. They intend to take a photo to complain about him if he continues like this.