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Difficult Times in Ramallah

This is a difficult note to write. So much has happened and there is so much to say. It has taken me some weeks to begin to understand the depth of the quality of the work at Friends Schools, Ramallah. It is so easy just to see a good school and to miss the richness of Friends’ work at the school over a full century and its impact on the life and living of the community of staff and students, past and present. One of the reporters who questioned me on our verandah at the Boys School, just before

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Posted in: Features, March 2001

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