There was this house we captured in Hebron . . . we took this house. You know the procedure: the family moves down a floor. Now, what did we do? We were . . . on the third floor, the guys set up a pipe, a pipe to pee, so they could pee outside. They put the pipe, we put the pipe exactly so that all the piss would flow into the courtyard of the house below us. There were a few chicken coops just there, it all poured out there. That was the joke every day, waiting for the father or one of the kids to go to the coop, and then everyone stands and pisses. Or like, I just remembered a friend who liked to brush his teeth and wash his mouth with the canteen, and then wait for someone to pass below so he could spit on them, spit outside.
It’s part of . . .
It’s part of the things you can do, yeah, it’s just a thing you can do. No one’s going to stop you from doing it, not even the commanders in the field, because most of them are part of the consensus, not the exception. It’s just something you’re able to do. You can do it, so you decide that you will or that you won’t. There’s no judge and no judgment. No one’s going to judge you for it.