Reihan, Shaked, Wed 3.9.08, Morning

Vivien and Nava
Translation: Yael Bassis-Student

7:30 - Shaked-Tura checkpoint
About 15 workers are waiting to cross over from the West Bank side of the fence.
Passage pace is reasonable.
When we asked them how long they've been waiting, some said fifteen minutes and only one said that he had been waiting for an hour.
From the Sean Line zone school children had arrived and immediately went through to their school at Tura, on the other side of the fence.
Car that arrived on site, went through swiftly as well.

08:15 - Rihan -Barta'a checkpoint
 On the Seam Line zone side there are three cars awaiting inspection. A few people get off at the sleeveinfo-icon and tem minutes later we saw them on the other side of the checkpoint.
There are no produce pickup trucks at the car park area. Two are under inspection at the vehicles' inspection post prior to entering the inspection yard.
A few arrive to the car park on the Palestinian side and immediately enter the terminal.
There are no lines.

- We left the checkpoint and went to visit V. who has suffered burning injuries in the morning and was treated with yogurt. he isl black as coal all over, including foot and toes. He is able to walk barefoot, refuses medical treatment at the West Barta'a pharmacy.