North of there?Near Tirtza base.
Jiftlik?No, not the Jiftlik.
Adam Checkpoint?No, a roadblock. Belonging to the Bokea company, of the Tirtza battalion. The company sat at Tirtza base and went down to the checkpoint every time they went on duty. Besides the fact that their attitude towards the Palestinians was very hostile, at some point there was an incident there and a squad commander was killed. Consequently, what happened was that things veered very sharply and got much worse. The soldiers of Bokea company had just come out of basic training and they lost their commander at the checkpoint, no one talked to them about this, no one told them anything, except that they kept hearing the guy was a martyr and very holy and this and that, so now we do this checkpoint duty in his memory and thanks to him. . .The situation arose where guys there - from things they told us, nothing we saw with our own eyes – would shoot in the air for every trifle. There's a strip there for cars to stop behind. If the tires stop 3 cm beyond the strip – shots in the air; Palestinians are beaten up all over the place. Machsom Watch were attending this checkpoint constantly, things there were done really unreasonably.