Beit Furik, Burin (Yitzhar), Habla, Huwwara, Jit Junction, Madama, Za'tara (Tapuah)

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Kirol Kuck and Fathiya (reporting); Translator: Hanna K.

13:45 Habla – The traffic is very sparse, probably because of the rain.

14:30 Jit intersection – the post is manned.

14:45 Madama-Burin – the post opposite the school is manned.

15:00 Huwwara – all the bus stations are manned. The post on the Itamar road is manner in spite of the rain.

At the Huwwara CP there were two jeeps and many soldiers. When we arrived they immediately came towards us, asked us who we were and the contacted the military operations room and the answer was that we should be sent away as it was dangerous. In the meantime the soldiers manned the CP from both directions and began inspecting the vehicles and as a result a long queue was formed. And all the time they were worried about our staying in the zone. Another jeep arrived at the square on the Itamar-Beraha intersection, and soldiers descended from it and were scattered in the region.

15:40 Beit Furik – The tower is manner, there is a sparse traffic of Palestinians.

15:40 Za’atara is manned as well as all the posts.

Ariel Interesection – There was some pressure as all the workers arrived at the same time. There were two military jeeps and a police patrol vehicle there.

P.S. – Today, Friday the 2.12 at five o’clock in the afternoon I was at Azzun. At the entrance to the village there were three jeeps. They stopped two Palestinian vehicles, made three young man descend and investigated them. They didn’t skip over us either but started asking where we were from and what we were doing at Azzun.

When we arrived at the square in front of the Eliyahu CP there were soldiers there. They stopped Palestinian vehicles and had their passengers leave the cars.