In Gaza, Hussein Swedan, 15, is playing with empty teargas canisters, which Israeli occupation forces fired at peaceful protesters during first anniversary of Great Return March.
He is a refugee, and his family are originally from Ramla, a city in central Israel that his relatives were expelled from during the 1948 Nakba.
“I came here to tell the world and the Israeli occupation that I will never forget the land of my fathers and grandfathers. We have a home in Ramla and we will one day return to it,” he tells MEE.
“I have participated in almost all of the protests and I am here to reiterated that we will continue until achieving our goals - breaking the siege and paving the way to return to my grandfather’s home.
"I tell the Israeli occupation that we do not fear their fire."