The Abu Ghosh Katamon soccer team seems like any other sports club. They celebrate passionately and hug each other when they score. Fans celebrate victories together. But in Jerusalem, the most divided city and intractable problem in the Middle East, these gestures of solidarity have a more profound significance. The club is made up of fans, players, and management from different ethnic backgrounds, bringing together Jews and Arabs in a way that politics and religion has yet failed to do. This harmonious outlook has attracted players and personnel who are sometimes over-qualified for the fourth division club, but are there to share in its groundbreaking ideology.