We have a dream. Do you share it?

It was something unheard of in the U.S. up until the late 60’s. All things are possible with God.

Would that one day, because of our efforts and the efforts of all people of good will who work for peace and justice in the Holy Land, children like these might play together in safety and security without prejudice or discrimination.

Palestinian children play in front of car headlights
in the street during a power cut in Beit Lahia
in the northern Gaza Strip.
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish children play next to wooden
“Sukkah”, traditional booth built for the seven-day-long
Jewish holiday of Sukkot, the feast of the Tabernacles,
in an Ultra-Orthodox neighbourhood of Jerusalem.