The second Minecraft Talk inter-school program, which uses the game Minecraft to create a dialog of play between Israeli Jewish and Palestinian schoolchildren, started this week. The two schools partcipating in the second round of this program are located in Israeli Be’er Sheva and Palestinian-Bedouin Tel-Sheba (Tel as-Sabi), only 15 minutes apart.

Organized by Games for Peace and run entirely by Games for Peace volunteers, the program brings together 60 8th-grade students in total.