In the line of fire: Life in the southern Hebron Hills
A tour of Firing Zone 918 offers a glimpse of the harassment by settlers and soldiers, and of locals' sense of helplessness.
Who’s the interloper here?
Uncertainty is the dominant feeling that grips you after spending even just a few days in the southern Hebron Hills. It’s 6 A.M. on an August day. There’s full light outside. An Israel Defense Forces jeep shows up on the road that leads to a cluster of tents, caves, sheep pens, makeshift structures and concrete shapes that together comprise Khirbet Umm...