Palestinian refugee thrives at Britain’s poshest school (The Times of Israel)

ETON, United Kingdom (AFP) — Wearing a white tie and coat tails, Ammar Mustapha sits near the manicured grounds of Britain’s most prestigious school, a world away from the Palestinian refugee camps he grew up in Syria and Lebanon. Shy and softly spoken, Mustapha, 18, was plucked from among millions of refugee children to attend Britain’s…