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

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Daphna, Muhammad and a guest; Translator: Natanya

Sunday, Meitar checkpoint, is not as full as it usually is due to Ramadan and Pesach.

Along the fence, the army is present and soldiers are scattered in many places so as to guard against illegal workers crossing into Israel.

Abu Safi reported that there is a large army presence in the area; they go into his lands, patrol, stop and check the passers-by in the area but do not do harm, and pursue suspicious vehicles for illegal workers

We continued on Route 60, the green turns yellow ....

We continued north, the entrances to Samu’, Dahariya, Abda, are open, without soldiers.

The position in front of the spring of al Fawwar Junction, is manned by soldiers.

Entrance to Dura and al-Fawwar is open. At night children throw stones, so it is sometimes closed for a few hours

We continued on 60 where there is much traffic, vehicles and trucks, not many army vehicles.

At the Kilkis / Hebron junction, soldiers are at the entrance to Hebron, but there is no checkpoint.

Zif Junction, at the entrance to Hebron, there is a military jeep, but the entrance is not blocked. In a conversation with Nabil from the grocery store, he said there had been problems a few days before at the intersection. Young people threw stones and set fire to tires; there were shots and two young people were injured by rubber bullets.