'Anin, Barta'a-Reihan, Tura-Shaked, Ya'bed-Dotan
Barta'a-Riehan checkpoint. It is early, but in the sleeve to the terminal there are already groups of workers returning from work.
Yabed-Dotan checkpoint. The road is completely open, no soldiers in sight, the charcoal seller is still present. The trees that used to be around his area are no longer. No one is in the checkpoint. A soldier peers from the watchtower above, but no one comes down to us and traffic proceeds in one lane in both directions.
Tura-Shaked checkpoint. The place is quiet, with almost no traffic. A few women returning from shopping in Jenin tell us that things are cheaper there. A relative arrives in a car to transport them. Inside the checkpoint all is clean and shining. All the garbage is outside in a container or around it. Who is supposed to be responsible for this garbage?
A'anin checkpoint. It is 15.45 and the checkpoint is already closed. A Beduin woman comes up from the Beduin village and someone comes to fetch her.
The sun begins to set and we set off home.