In Jenin we used to blow everything up. There was a real frenzy of blow-ups all the time. It was passing between walls. All day long they smashed walls to make passages. And we did . . . What else? Blow up fences. Pass from place to place, penetrated Jenin, blow up, blow up, blow up. And then we discovered some kind of lab. They made there I don't know what, improvised Bangalor torpedoes. And we decided to blow it up. We took everything we had with us, hooked it all up, counted to ten, and bang! Now, the lab was just in the basement, but the whole building collapsed from the explosion . Unbelievable. I had just woken up; I wasn't part of the group who who did it. I wake up, hear ten, nine, eight, seven on the radio, a building one meter away. Bang - it fell down. They recorded it on video too. There were two guys from the IDF spokesman's bureau with us. The building broke to pieces, was reduced to dust, and the windows in our house were shattered. I was flung like this. It was a crazy explosion in the center of Jenin.
How many stories did this building have?Two, three stories, something like that. Bang! It collapsed from the foundations, nothing was left. Crazy. This was one of the incidents there.
What else happened there?We reached all kinds of abandoned houses, I don't know what was in them before. We would blow up windows, for example, gratings, to enter the house. You pass. Sometimes like a whole battalion passed through somebody's bedroom. The whole battalion passes, jumps from bed to bed, passes. And everybody who passes thinks he's real smart, searches the closets. God,what a mess they left there. I remember one room, it was a real mess.