Dura-Al Fawwar Junction, Hebron, South Hebron Hills

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Paula and Yael Zoran; Translator: Natanya

Road 60 is empty, a single checkpoint is at the entrance to Al Fawwar.

In Hebron, quiet and clean. One group of tourists in the yard of the Tomb of the Patriarchs are listening to a rabbi, and then Abed's son will take them them for a tour of the city and for a meal at his home.

We heard about the Palestinian demonstration with the participation of Neturei Karta on Friday, which apparently passed without the use of special force.

Shuhada Street is practically desolate, all the guard posts are manned by the red berets, who  are polite but do not want to talk.

We met an American Jew who studies border disputes around the world and has now come  to learn about our borders. He wanted to hear from us the Israeli perspective, after he had already heard the Palestinian. We wanted to tie him to Breaking the Silence, and today we read in the newspaper that they are now forbidden to tour Hebron!

Back across Road 317, which is practically desolate, there are only a few very busy military jeeps which took off.

So we took comfort in another hidden spring and greenery that floods the hills and makes the despair more comfortable perhaps .