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

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Nili and Hagit (reporting); Translator: Tal H.

Hebron and Its Surroundings

On our way at noon, Meitar Checkpoint is already filled with buses bringing workers back from work earlier than usual because of the Ramadan fast.

On road 317 all the barriers into Yatta have been removed. We visited in Zif and gave Amal, the kindergarten teacher, a load of clothes.

Road 60: Bani Na'im has been closed following the vehicular terrorist attack.











At the Dura-Al Fawwar Junction, just after the spring, an army jeep with soldiers is preventing stone-throwing. The track to the spring from Al Fawar has been blocked. Many people come equipped with bottles to be filled.















In Hebron itself we see innovations: the soldiers' post has been moved, and activities take place where once the Hazon David Synagogue used to be.













The bus stop near Gross Square shows new graffiti – and no one cares.



Public buildings belonging to Palestinians show these signs and we wonder who put them there. They look like the signs showing the way to Biblical Hebron and the Machpela House (settlers?)… Strange. 



Renovation of the "Pharmacy" Checkpoint has been completed and it now looks like a state-of-the –art evil machine.

And here's the link to the video:


The settler's house on Givat Gal, next to Tamimi's family, has been destroyes. No picture was taken because it is not done to enter people's home in the middle of the Ramadan heat.

The usual - hot and bad.