'Azzun 'Atma, Irtah (Sha'ar Efrayim), Tue 31.3.09, Afternoon
16.00 Azzun Atma
One by one the workers returning from their work undergo the inspection as to whether they are residents. There is no orderly place but people somehow manage themselves obediently. At the entrance a car filled with boxes of porcelain tiles. The driver tries to persuade the soldiers (of the Home Front Command) to let him come near to the gate of the have the merchandise moved back to back to the van waiting on the other side. After many calls to the DCO the soldier agrees and 3 boys help to bring the load through.
The owner of a wagon which brings over goods says that his brother in law lost his license when the village was enclosed. We try to help through the DCO of Qalqiliya. The man worked for 10 years at the Einat bakery. The DCO representative (N.) says that he is a security risk. We tell him to speak to the DCO at the Eyal terminal.
Ismail, the wagon driver's friend, tells us about his land at the settlement of Oranit. We tell him to contact Azmi of Yesh Din for advice. He thanks us afterwards on the phone.