On Sunday, 17-year-old Ahed Tamimi - the teenager who became a global symbol of Palestinian resistance - was finally released after spending eight months in an Israeli military prison.
Accompanied by her mother - who was also jailed at the time - Tamimi wore her immortal smile of hope as she returned to her hometown of Nabi Saleh.
"The resistance continues until the occupation is removed. All the female prisoners are steadfast. I salute everyone who supported me and my case," she said to a crowd of supporters and journalists after her release.
Tamimi was arrested in a raid on her family's home in the West Bank on December 19, 2017, after a video of her slapping and kicking two Israeli soldiers went viral online.
She was fighting back against the Israeli soldiers just moments after they had shot her 15-year-old cousin in the face with a rubber bullet.
Let's take a look at eight heartwarming photos of Ahed Tamimi's first day out of imprisonment: