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The others too, perhaps?
Among the 3 million Palestinians who reside in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, many must travel regularly to go to school, university, medical consultations or to make purchases. But all of these seemingly mundane activities involve passing through an Israeli checkpoint. Each passage is a test. On the one hand, Israeli soldiers carrying out part of their military service there, often unhappy with the control system that is difficult to manage, are perpetually under tension and fear attacks. They rarely show real animosity towards the Arabs, but if they want to carry out their tasks by carefully following instructions, they can only be viewed negatively by the Palestinians. Because on the other hand, they feel humiliated by having to wait in line for hours, by having to unpack their bags in full view of everyone, by giving the names of the places they are going to or the people they are going to. 'They want to see, to let their cars be searched. And all it takes is one look, a slight violation of the rules or a moment of bad humor from a border guard for everything to change.
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