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Saturday, 12.3, we accompanied shepherds in Um-el-Amad in the South Hebron Hills – was quiet, partly windy with a bit of sun, we set and had a nice chat, one of the shepherds showed me a video of an interesting theater play they produced in the university in Nablus, and then the soldiers came with a closed military warrant and told us to take off.
We went out of the “closed area” and after a while got back to the village.
Later same day we went to Avigail so to document an illegal construction, and got attacked by soldiers and settlers. Documentation of this incident here.
Text & photo by Li Lorian.