Near Susya? In that area.
Did you see the demolitions? Yes, there’s a road and there are two hills. We stood on the hill that was on the Bedouin side. [The Palestinians] were sitting down, they were forbidden from crossing the road; we made that crystal clear to them. They just watch and look as the tractors rip up the olive trees and everything.
Olive trees were uprooted, too? Yes. Everything that was there, trees, they didn’t leave anything so they wouldn’t have any rationale to return there.
Houses too? Everything. They just erased everything that was there.
And what would you be doing during this time, securing the perimeter? We’d be supposedly making sure they wouldn’t cross the street. The moment we told them they’re not allowed to because it’s a closed military zone, they sat there and watched it uncapable of doing anything. Once in a while they would shout to us that we were Nazis and shits, but not too much.
How long did this [operation] take? We got there at six or seven in the morning, and by two or three the latest we were out of there.