Dura-Al Fawwar Junction, Sansana (Meitar Crossing), South Hebron Hills

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Muhammad, Daphna, Yehudit and a guest; Translator: Natanya

At the entrance to the Meitar checkpoint, Sunday, a very cold day, but no rain, very busy, with workers coming to work. At the entrance, police reinforcements.

On the way, green fields, spectacular views ...

We drove to Samia, and met Farhan's family. Finally, after years, they have received from the Palestinian Authority an infrastructure of power poles that transmit more power, on both sides of the village. Sounds great, but ..... in the meantime, the IDF confiscated, about two months ago, parts of the engine and electrical equipment, which is supposed to provide this improvement. The parts have not been returned yet and therefore, there is no change and improvement in the electricity supply in the locality !!!

A few days ago, the teachers went from the school to the road to wait for a ride. A settler arrived driving very fast with his vehicle and tried to run over them. Luckily, no one was hurt. In addition, there is a teachers' strike because they have not received a salary from the PA. Everything is green and beautiful. Farhan says that they want to expand the school, but are afraid that it will all be demolished..... There is also a long-running lawsuit about t the demand for the demolition of the building .... it is claimed that it is an archaeological site ....

At the Dahariya junction, military personnel are installing cameras at the entrance.

Further down Route 60 north, there is more traffic, more life and greenery.

We turned in the direction of Khursa, and in the squares we see pictures of candidates for the local councils for the elections which are coming soon.

Tawfiq from Khursa was not at home or at his business, so we continued on our way.

The post near the water well, near the Al-Fawwar junction, is manned by soldiers.

Another day, in the South Hebron Hills ...