'Anabta, Jit, Qalqiliya, Te'enim Crossing, Tue 31.3.09, Afternoon
Translation: Galia S.
We haven't felt that our patrol was beneficial unless the reporting itself has some value.
14:55 – The traffic is thin. The Israeli police is in the place, (An Israeli car, which probably belongs to a Palestinian Israeli citizen, is checked with the help of a dog).
15:15 – When we arrive, about 30 cars heading for Tulkarm, stand in the line but within minutes the line dissipates. This process repeats itself every now and then. Since the checks are random, every time a car is checked, the line gets longer and after a few minutes it dissipates again.
The barrels checkpoint
15:40 – In both directions the traffic is thin. Only a small part of the cars that leave Beit Iba are checked.
16:00 – The junction is empty.
16:10 – Unlike last time there are only few cars in each direction. No checks.