A-Tuwani, Dura-Al Fawwar Junction, South Hebron Hills, Zif Junction
On the third day of Eid al-Adha (Feast of Sacrifice), in the parking lot of the checkpoint, Palestinians who have received a permit are waiting to enter with shuttles for trips in Israel.
On Route 317, opposite Al Fawwar, adjacent to the pillbox a caravan has been placed. We'll follow this up to see if it remains there .
We continued to Bani Na’im. Not far from the impressive entrance, the settler who purchased land there is cultivating his plot. There is a yellow gate so that people cannot enter. On the other side of Bani Na’im, a 'military post.
We stopped at a grocery store called the Abushan supermarket at Zif. The grocery store has been expanded and renovated. According to the owner, the army stands opposite, at the entrance to Yatta. They stay for about an hour, an hour and a half, and leave.
We stopped to visit the Nasser Adara family in At-Tuwani to wish them a happy holiday. Family members from several communities came to them to celebrate.
Even these days, there is a military exercise in the area. Nasser says that the mother of Harun from A- Rakiz (who was left completely paralyzed due to a quarrel with the army over a generator) was driving her car. The army arrested her, brought her to the entrance to At-Tuwani and took her ID card. She called Nasser, and he and other people came down to help her and released her. At the entrance to At-Tuwani (a photo sent to us by Nasser) there is a checkpoints and spikes that delay and interfere with the cars.
Some of the family’s children were at the Sea Days and really enjoyed it.