'Einabus, Haris, Huwwara, Jama'in, Kifl Harith, Qira, Za'tara (Tapuah), Zeta, Tue 4.12.12, Morning

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Observing and reporting: Natalie Cohen, Naomi Bentzur Translator: Charles K.


09:30 We left in Nadim’s car from the Rosh Ha’Ayin train station. This time we constituted a “multitude”: Petahya, Rachel Afek and Riki also joined us on their way to Zeita.


10:00 The English class begins. A few new women attended; it’s beginning to be crowded. Today’s topic: the UN declaration on admitting Palestine as an observer. We taught many relevant words and concepts. Great excitement.

The class today lasted only for an hour and a half instead of two hours because we were late leaving Rosh Ha’Ayin.


10:00 Our circuit: we left Hars, drove through Kifl Hars and Qiriya, Zeita, Jama’in, Einabus. They’re all quiet, no military vehicles, life proceeds slowly.


10:40 Huwwara checkpoint: There’s a change. Concrete blocks have been placed around the guard tower and the surrounding plaza has been expanded. What does that mean? We should follow up. This week as well a soldier was seen sitting with his weapon at the bus stop leading to the Beracha settlement. Soldiers get out of a jeep and set up a flying checkpoint at the Yitzhar junction. They stop a Palestinian vehicle, inspect it inside and out.

A military jeep stands next to the parking lot at the Tapuach junction. We see no soldiers.


11:30 Back to Hars, and from there to Rosh Ha’Ayin.