'Awarta, 'Azzun 'Atma, Beit Furik, Burin (Yitzhar), Huwwara, Shomron Crossing, Za'tara (Tapuah), Thu 27.10.11, Morning
Translation: Suzanne O.
The queue of labourers is not too long. Reservists, who only got here yesterday, get those queuing through speedily. A Military Policeman as well as two policewomen in the kiosks note down ID numbers.
There is no civilian police presence at the exit from Israel.
The entrances to Marda and Zeita are open
There are soldiers in the checkpoints but no hindrance to the traffic.
There are few cars on the road.
A military vehicle observes the entrance to Beita.
There is no military activity.
There are no soldiers at the roadblock and the traffic flows unhindered.
There is a military vehicle at the entrance to the settlement of Itamar and the soldiers seem to be taking a nap.
The yellow barrier still blocks the traffic from crossing freely.
There are no soldiers, one soldier stands on the road up to the settlement of Bracha and another one is in the position opposite the hitch hikers' station.
A female soldier staffs the positions. There is no interference with the traffic.
At the entrance to Israel there is the usual superficial inspection.