One day we went with dear friend Hashem to Al Bacqua, to inquire about house demolition orders which had recently been renewed for the third time .
Hashem, who lives in Tel Rumeida, is also a good friend of Nimer´s, who owns a wonderfully live saving juice bar in Bab`al Sawee, where we went after the first half of the school run, to fuel up and get ready to go again.
Nimer making my favourite juice - Pomegranate and Grapefruit - my energizer:-)
Hashem and his family in Tel Rumeida, where they live right below a settlement. Tel Rumeida is part of the Israeli ruled H2 area of Hebron and has been declared a closed military zone until December 2009.
Soldier on top of CeckPoint 56.
It was a day when a power failure had made the metal detector useless, so the soldiers searched everyone´s bags when coming in Tel Rumeida.
Settler Youth on a Shabat afternoon in Tel Rumeida.
The roof of the Sharabati family´s house in Tel Rumeida.
The soldier outpost has been there for years and there is soldiers on top of the family´s house 24/7...