Haaretz, Nov 12, 2017
The family of Mohammed Musa, who was shot to death by Israeli soldiers, in the village of Dir Ballut, November 9, 2017. Amira Hass
The soldiers (or soldier) who shot at Musa’s car are posted there in order to guard another illegal outpost, which is confidently developing into another neighborhood of the illegal settlement Halamish.
[...] We’ll see how [the Palestinians] gradually will be prevented from reaching the land, and then gradually the land will turn into another area for hikes and relaxation for nature lovers and proponents of physical and emotional health in the settlement. They have already managed to steal the springs of the villages Nabi Saleh and Deir Nizam, with the IDF’s help.
So in brief: A young man from a Palestinian village, 60 percent of whose land was robbed by Israel, sets out with his sister for Ramallah, happy and cheerful. On the way, they have to pass via a military watchtower guarding an illegal outpost. The soldiers’ job is to safeguard the looting and the emissaries of the looting state.