As an education NCO in Hebron, one of my duties was to prepare soldiers with background information, including study tours of the Cave of the Fathers. On those tours, we also talked about the Baruch Goldstein massacre that had taken place there. More than once I had to unwillingly confront Jewish settlers who would not agree with things I said. If I was explaining the massacre to the soldiers, the settlers would start yelling at me that this was not a massacre, but killing in self-defense, and that the Security Services were to blame. You know, the kind of guys who won't let you speak. They would demand my ID number in order to lodge a complaint against me, and claim that only settlers should guide tours around there and not the army; that we brainwash the soldiers, that there was no massacre. There was another thing that was forbidden: When guiding a tour of VIPs, senior officers and such, I would always take them to Baruch Goldstein's grave site, located right above the pizza in Kiryat Arba settlement, in a garden. It's a nice garden, and over the grave, the epitaph reads: "A just man, clean of heart and hand, who died unjustly", or something of that nature. The reactions I'd get from settlers there would be very harsh, they would swear and curse me that I and my hometown and my family should burn in hell, and such things, for having even raised the subject with the soldiers.