In East Jerusalem, A School Where Kids Can Be Kids

News & Features Deborah Amos · ·
Jamal came of age during the first intifada, or uprising, against the Israeli occupation in the late 1980s. After two years in jail, he spent 12 years in the U.S. Now, when he picks up a stone, it is to build: first a furniture factory, then the kindergarten. He hopes to open a music school next.