Falamiya North Checkpoint (914), Falamiya South Checkpoint (935)

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Nura R., Hanna P.(reporting); Translator: Ayala S.

Falamiya N, Gate 914

5:55: The gate was opened at 5:45 and people were getting out of cars and tractors, standing in line and passing through in groups of five. One of the men we knew told us that he was sick and couldn't take the Ramadan fast. He was supporting a  poor person to take the fast. He also mentioned that following our previous conversation, the soldier had enquired on what we had been talking about. We were told that a request to set the return earlier due to Ramadan had been declined.

The inspection continued as usual. Out of nowhere, a jeep and a 'hammer' exited to inspect the tracker's lane running outside along the fence. At 6:30 the vehicles started to proceed: We counted 11 tractors, 1 truck, 1 car and a horse-and-cart.

We left on our way to Falamiya through gate 935, arriving at 6:40 (the gate had opened at 6:30). The six tractors started to move through and the last ones passed through at 6:50 - the gate was then closed off.