These signs were posted by Jewish settlers in Hebron, on Al-Shuhada Street, the main street of Hebron, which was expropriated from Arab residents (with the sign of King David Street on it), and streets adjacent to it, including the street called by the settlers: Emek Hevron Street.
An interesting point in these signs is that despite the fact that most of Hebron’s residents are Arabs, the Arabic language does not appear on the sign, unlike the signs located in places west of the Green Line, for example, the next sign is located in Jerusalem Click for sign's details
Look at the deserted street - Al-Shuhada Street with a sign on King David Street in the next photo taken that day Click for a larger image Translation of the text on the sign
Emek Hevron Street
The Municipal Committee for the Management of Jewish Houses in Hebron
Renewal of the Jewish settlement in Hebron
The Jewish Community of Hebron