A memorial to the 57 villages from which the Jenin residents’ forebears fled during the Nakba. Alex Levac

Jenin, Once the Most Militant of Palestinian Refugee Camps, Waves a White Flag

The residents of this refugee camp, once a site of horrific clashes with the army, are more occupied with Facebook these days than with the occupation. Still, no one knows how long the calm will last.

Two doves, one snow-white and the other gray, flew like a sort of hackneyed symbol through the huge new hall under construction in the lower part of the Jenin refugee camp. The 750 square-meter structure is...

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