“Point your bullet where ever you like in my body.
I will die today, but my homeland will live tomorrow.
Be careful, Palestine is a red line.”
—Amer Nassar, a 17-year-old Palestinian who was killed, along with his 18-year-old cousin Naji Abdul-Karim Balbeisi, by Israeli soldiers at a checkpoint on April 3. This was the last poem he posted on his Facebook page on March 15.