'Anabta, Eyal, Jubara (Kafriat), Tue 11.12.07, Afternoon

Dvorka O., Bruriya R. (reporting) Translation: Galia S.

Eyal checkpoint
The place is empty and there isn't any traffic.

A "rolling" checkpoint [unannounced mobile roadblock] has been set up here. Our question for the reason was unanswered.

There are lines of about 10 cars in each direction. Not all the cars are checked. On the other hand, pedestrians are asked to raise their shirts.

We were shocked to see that there are two lanes here: one for Jews and one for Israeli Arabs. The sign set up at the entrance to the lane for Jews says that the passage is allowed only to "Israelis who are entitled to immigrate to Israel according to the Law of Return 1950".  What a disgrace!