Dura-Al Fawwar Junction, Hakvasim (sheep) Junction, Sansana (Meitar Crossing), South Hebron Hills, Zif Junction
Meitar checkpoint is as usual full to bursting and again on the road 60 large streams of construction material trucks: Cement, stone - to where these materials are not destined is unclear, but a movement is towards Israel.
Mohammad reports that all the permanent checkpoints are manned in the early morning, also Samia on Road 60, Dahariya, Abda, al Fuwwar, Dura, Beit Hagai and Sheep Junction But when we went out all was open. There is little presence of Palestinians and vehicles with Israeli license plates
Due to the favorable weather most of the friends in the villages had gone to the grazing or fields. We were warmly welcomed by the wife of Azzam.
While I was with Muhammad, we did not see soldiers or police
On the roads. Route 317 is deserted as usual, but the poor villages on the sides of the road (west of Zif) got help from UN and European institutions.
According to the signs the emphasis is on supply of water and also protection from enforced transfer.
And good luck to everyone!