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

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Riva Bachrach, Fathiya (reporting) Chana Stein translating

Habla  14.00.  Few people. The gate closes at 14.07.

Azzun. At the gate there is a jeep and soldiers stand next to it. Opposite, in the olive grove, is an army tender and soldiers wander among the trees.

G’it junction. The post is manned, many army vehicles on the roads.

14.35. Madma. An old man asks anxiously “Where are you?” and tells us that on Friday 20.4. the soldiers blocked the entrance between Burin and Madma with heaps of soil. Afterwards there was a confrontation with the soldiers.  As usual, the soldiers used tear-gas and arrested two youths. The municipality removed the blockage after the soldiers went away. There are still heaps of soil under the bridge.

Burin. The post next to the school is manned, There are a tender and many soldiers.

Beit Furik. There are no problems.

Hawara. In the square opposite the checkpoint in the apartheid road were many soldiers. They stopped a Palestinian car and searched it. All the stations are manned.

Zatra.  Manned.