In Seattle's Capitol Hill, you won't hear any sounds of conflict. Just the opposite. It's harmony at Seattle's Middle East Peace Camp.
A camp that brings Arab and Jewish kids together.
"Peace, it's about peace," says one girl.
And it is. When we're there, we see them practicing a skit. They're learning about building bridges.
"And hopefully get to understand that each side is human and loving because a lot of times especially with Arabs and Jewish kids they might be growing up with family members that might be against this concept," says counselor Nazir Harb.
The concept of getting along. The concept of putting aside differences, discovering how much they have in common.
If only the real world were like this.