An elderly lady in Bilin, near Ramallah, is demonstrating the concept by using old teargas canisters as garden planters (and sometimes hanging them from barbed wire, which looks extra haunting).
Her agricultural/installation/political theater project looks like flowers sprouting from grenades, a callback to the US anti-war protesters of the 1960s who put flowers in gun barrels. (Good luck trying to pull that move today. If my experience with protest police is any indication, you'd be put down like a mad dog before you got close enough to even try.)
Meanwhile, within a few miles of her garden, the article says:
... a child was shot and injured by Israeli army fire just yesterday at a permanent refugee camp just north of Ramallah.
Palestinian medical sources said the child, Yazan Mahmoud Al-‘Abed, 10, was shot by a rubber-coated metal bullet after dozens of soldiers stormed into the camp where they met by a hail of stones from local youths.
A Palestinian ambulance rushed to the scene but soldiers delayed medics in their efforts to reach the wounded boy, the sources said.