Palestinian Najmadeen al-Husseini lives on land he says his family have owned for decades in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. An Israeli settlement has been built on one side and the West Bank barrier on the other - but he refuses to leave.
Israel says the controversial barrier is for security, but Palestinians see it as a land grab. The only way the family can reach their home is through a huge Israeli military gate. Mr Husseini sees staying as a form of "resistance".
Mr Husseini says 17 people live in the small house. He says he has to get Israeli permission for any building or farming work he wants to do, but it is usually denied.
There are just three bedrooms in the house - six people sleep in one, seven and four in two others, he says. Mr Husseini started building another house for his children, but said he could not get the necessary permit, so the Israelis bulldozed it.
To create more space, the family built this lean-to - which they hope will not be demolished as it is not a permanent structure. "We sometimes receive our guests here," he says.
Mr Husseini says the water supply from Qatana was cut when the barrier was built, and promises to connect the house to the settlement water supply haven't been met. They rely on a tanker for water. "We wash once a week," he says.
The barrier separates the Israeli settlement of Har Adar from the Palestinian village of Qatana. The family's land is on the same side as the settlement. Unlike in some parts of the West Bank, they say they have good relations with the settlers.
The land is classed as "Area C" under the Oslo Accords, part of about 60% of the West Bank under full Israeli control. Israel says it does approve some Palestinian building in Area C, and there is "ample" space to build in the rest of the West Bank.
Israel says the barrier is to stop suicide attackers entering Israel, and that measures have been included in its planning to allow Palestinian freedom of movement "to the greatest extent possible".
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