We reached Nablus for the first time. We went on missions there all the time, entering houses and getting people’s IDs. Once, for practice, we came down from our post on foot and started searching houses. It was 2 A.M. and we went into several homes of Palestinians. They had done nothing. Our company commander came down, looked at some house, and said: Search this one for practice. We went in, got all the people who lived there out of bed at 2 A.M. and made them go outside into the freezing cold. They went out barefoot. We pointed our guns at them, went into the house, checked the corners, entered rooms, searched. Our commander was watching and said, you should have secured that corner, gave us pointers, okay, moving on. We entered another house, same thing, got them all out, sent them back in, wrapped it up, went back up to our post. Bye, that’s it.