You said something about the Adorayyim–Negohot road, about it being “infamous” or something. Yes, I at least had . . . it’s infamous security-wise. What happened there, it’s the only road that connects the western part of Shekef and Negohot toward Otniel with Hebron and the more eastern side. Every day we used two vehicles to escort settlers from Negohot, we escorted people who went out to work . . . there was an arrangement with the army that the army would escort them while traveling on that road. Every trip had to be approved from above. And this business of proper approval from above felt terrible. On the one hand, you’re providing security, but again, you don’t know if it’s done under the framework of providing security, or the framework of . . . I mean, the settlers there determined what the army would do, more or less. The only times when they’d close the road was when there really was an incident or a suspicion that something would happen. The result was that a large part of our time in that area, at least twice a day, we acted as a kind of transport service for the settlers there. Now, we also brought the kids to school in the morning, so it wasn’t for no reason, but there were times where you just brought someone back from work, and you felt like a kind of transport service.