A-Tuwani, Dura-Al Fawwar Junction, Hakvasim (sheep) Junction, South Hebron Hills, Zif Junction
We crossed the Meitar checkpoint, and looked at the packed parking lot and near Pass 11 (a break in the fence) where there were several more vehicles. In the morning hours , a number of merchants selling their merchandise are present.
One of the traders informs us that every day a number of full buses leave the PA for Israel. Unfortunately, the merchants do not have a permit to enter Israeli territory, they are forced to pass through a breach in the fence known as Passage 11, adjacent to the Meitar checkpoint.
Nasser Adara calls our driver and reports that many military vehicles are driving around A-Tuwani, Umm Fakara and the surrounding area.
Among other things, the purpose of the military patrol today is to distribute new demolition orders to a number of Palestinians, in addition to cutting a water pipe with the help of a tractor that arrived specifically to carry out the mission.
At the Zif junction, a military vehicle inspects every Palestinian vehicle.
Same at the Sheep Junction.
Al-Fawwar Junction, a military vehicle blocks the entrance and from time to time stops Palestinian vehicles for questioning and inspection. There is not much traffic today and what there is flows slowly.
In front of the settlement Shima, a new way is being paved, perhaps to Havat Yehuda.
We much keep following this.