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

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Daphna, Muhammad and a guest; Translator:Natanya

Sunday, Meitar, the checkpoint is packed with trucks, vehicles and border police vehicles, and police.

We drove on Route 60 in the direction of Hebron.

The entrance to Samo' is open, no soldiers.

The entrance to Dahariya is as above.

The further north you go, the more traffic there is and the greener the landscape ...

El Fawwar Junction is open,

The southern entrance to Hebron near Beit Hagai is open. We entered through the industrial area of ​​Kiryat Arba. We drove in Hebron through the deserted streets, the closed shops, literally a ghost town. Where the military base was, a residential building rises, but barriers in every corner ....

Opposite the Cave of the Patriarchs, only 2 Palestinian shops are open, as opposed to  the construction and renovation activities and a settler restaurant. We talked to the store owner, saying that there has been relative calm, there are not many mishaps, although the day before, some Jewish boys, with sticks, attacked a Palestinian woman walking with a babyinfo-icon stroller. She managed to escape, and there was a general confusion for a few minutes  until the police who arrived. The  soldiers do not intervene and just watach from the side.

Of course there is almost no tourism and the parking lot, with very few cars, is fenced, apparently in preparation for renovations.

The children are on vacation, for 10 days, in honor of the olive harvest.