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We got to the checkpoint quite early and found 3-4 border police people and 1 up on the wall. After a few minutes a Jeep came with more soldiers and they all stayed there. They checked some of the pedestrians, many girls as well. Some of the detaineesinfo-icon waited but were soon released. There was supposed to be a curfew on the other side. Shops looked closed but many people in the streets.As a result of remarks made to us by some of the border policemen we should like to verify: is it against the law for us to talk to the detained Palestinians? What about a soldier who had his gun drawn while checking the people? Could we complain about it? Another problem is that they all did'nt have their name tags on them, and getting identification from them was difficult.