Boy, I found this article really interesting. To be talking about the levels of education in East Jerusalem, makes me realize just how much needs to be done, if you have 10 000 children not yet accounted for. I see this as a key to bringing East Jerusalem into the 21st century. You have to give these children their rights. East Jerusalem, as part of Jerusalem proper, has to reflect on the world as a whole. It has to be a model. At least, we should aspire to that. And if Ms. Clinton, Hillary that is, is empathetic to such an endeavour, then she is indeed a friend. So, obviously, one has to reach into "that sector", and make sure that improvements are made to give the appropriate education to every child that lives there. It seems to be an urgent priority. From there will come the hope for a better future. I can see it!
Israeli teen lightly wounded from stone throwing in West Bank settlement of Kiryat Arba (Haaretz)
from the article: A no-brainer for American Jews