Games for Peace was featured in an article in the Times of Israel:

“Online games have what it takes to get Israelis and Palestinians together, says the head of Games for Peace.

With the latest round of US-sponsored negotiations going sour, it appears that the adults in the room — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, and US Secretary of State John Kerry — may not have it in them to reach a peace deal.

Where adults failed, kids may succeed, according to Uri Mishol, a high-tech industry veteran who now focuses on developing Internet events for kids from Israel, the Palestinian Authority and Arab countries to challenge each other — not with guns and rocks, but with the virtual bricks of the popular online Minecraft massively multiplayer game…”

For the full article by David Shamah, click here.