There are hundreds of extraordinary projects for co-existence and mutual acknowledgment, which seek to demystify the parties involved in the conflict and to help develop a positive disposition to peace from civil society. The project Women Wage Peace, created by Israelis in the aftermath of Operation Protective Edge 2014, has involved their Palestinian peers, inspired by similar movements in North Ireland and Liberia. They have over 20,000 members working to promote peace. The beautiful project Hapoel Katamon (2007) was born as a club of members for all Jerusalem citizens; Arabs and Jews, Once a month they unite the 50 neighborhoods of the city to play soccer and support students with their school work. Imitating this spirit, Beitar Nordia was created in Jerusalem (2014), a soccer team that encourages the participation of Arab players. One of the most noticeable projects is “Roots of Peace” (2015), which gathers settlers of Gush Etzion with the Arab population to foster joint dialogues in plantations of the area. In the same topic, the project A New Way (Efshar Acheret) seeks to develop a long-term association between Jewish and Arab schools in the region, in order to change the attitude among youth and adults. The movement “Marching Together to a Shared Future” is trying to strengthen coexistence with joint meals between Jews and Arabs. Medical projects could be described in which Palestinians are treated in Israeli hospitals or in Palestinian cities, or the production of sneakers with decorations made by families of deceased Palestinians and Israelis. The main problem of all these projects is that the participation of Palestinians is less popular than Israelis. In any case, these are noble initiatives that must continue multiplying.