In January 2014, a Jewish Israeli woman and an Arab Israeli man opened a backpackers hostel as a social business in the village of Jisr az-Zarqa.
New technology and innovation hub opens in northern Arab-Israeli town to foster a unified youth movement of space-science enthusiasts.
Walk across the campus and you’ll see Muslim women in head scarves, Jewish men with kippot and everything in between.
The Arab Museum of Contemporary Art and Heritage will also serve as a place for dialogue and inter-cultural cooperation.
Sales of high-end wooden bicycle grips go toward community-empowerment program for Arab-Israeli teens in Wadi Nisnas.
Pairing up Jewish and Arab children for ballroom dancing turns suspicions into friendships, and leads to an award-winning documentary.
A Belgian-Israeli Jew and a Dutch Muslim developed Israel Under Attack, a new computer tool for mapping rocket trajectories from Gaza.
ISRAEL21c talks to two Israelis who are building symbolic bridges with surfboards, sharing their passion with like-minded Arabs.
While her hometown is under constant missile attack from Gaza, pediatric ICU head nurse Irena Nosel cares for critically ill Gazans in Israeli hospital.