14 Jordanians and 40 Israelis finish a groundbreaking three-year bachelor’s course in emergency medicine at an Israeli university.
In the Galilee, a Muslim and a kibbutznik open a swanky ice cream parlor where the common language is the sound of a lick.
A Rotary Club program puts groups of Muslim and Jewish Israeli high school students together for 16 days of bonding in New England.
With the stage as their common ground, Muslim and Jewish Israelis put aside their differences to perform at home and abroad.
A cooperative triangle involving Jordan, Israel and the US turns its attention to producing alternative fuels for the two Mideast neighbors.
This year’s Cycling for Peace group bike ride had a star celebrity – Gilad Shalit – and was joined by a record number of Arab Israeli citizens.
USAID awards a three-year grant to a Bedouin professor’s peace-building project between Israeli and Palestinian human-services providers.
Filmmaker Amit Shalev is taking his family on a six-month trip to find the heart of Israel. The adventure will be shared via Facebook.
Can a Facebook dialogue defuse the threat of nuclear war? Tel Aviv dad Ronny Edry thinks it’s worth a try.