Beit Furik, Huwwara, Za'tara (Tapuah), Mon 14.4.08, Morning

Observers: 
Rochale, Rachel A. (reporting)
Apr-14-2008
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Morning

Translation: Hanna K.

 

06:45 Za'tara

There are three lanes active. The checking is rather superficial. The passage is relatively quick. No long queue is formed. Relatively.

07:45 Beit Furik

There are pedestrians and cars at the CP. Here too, despite the quantity of people, the queue advances and there are no complaints. A young man, who looks like a student, judging by the notebook in his hand, asks the soldiers to let him enter without standing in the queue, and they refuse. He returns to his place.

08:15 Huwwara

There are few people at the passage.

At the entrance to Nablus there are many people.

Taxi drivers call out to the passengers: "Halil, Bethlehem"... all in all, during our entire shift, we didn't see the CP commander, and the soldiers did not go to the parking lot "to make order", and we did not receive any complaints.