Eight years ago, we introduced two unlikely friends: an Israeli and a Palestinian -- who once believed peace could override enemy lines. Dana Levy and Mohammed Saqar met in the late 1990s, as teenagers at a Seeds of Peace summer camp in the U.S.
Both had lost family in the region's conflicts, but they became friends and kept in touch by phone.
We caught up with both of them. But not together. We should tell you, this is a missed connection we could not reconnect.