Suliman Yassin has been farming the land around Bil'in for more than 25 years. It provided a living for his extended family.
Three years ago, the Israeli army confiscated most of his farmland and uprooted his olive trees, to make way for the separation barrier.
Yassin said: "When they uprooted the trees that Thursday, I was taken to the hospital, I couldn't stand it any more. I took a knife, I was about to stab the man driving the bulldozer. We spent a fortune on this land and those trees."
Now Suliman Yassin can only look at his land through barbed wire.
He says he's staying – he's too old to move now. But most of Suliman's children have left, and he doesn’t expect them to come back.