Andres Knobel is a lawyer whose area of interest is international law, tax, mediation and human rights law. He studied in Buenos Aires, participated in competitions on international humanitarian law and Model U.N. simulations. He spent one semester at Columbia University’s School of Law and interned at the U.N. headquarters in New York. Coming from a family not involved in the Jewish community, but deeply moved by the AMIA bomb attack in Argentina and disturbed by anti-Semitic incidents at his primary school, Andres decided to search for his Jewish roots and since then has become very interested in Israel and the welfare of the Jewish People. He worked as a madrich at his synagogue and at Jewish summer camps in the U.S. and Australia, traveled to Israel and became very active in Hillel, in tzedek projects and especially in hasbara activities. Andres now works as a consultant on policy regarding international taxation and transparency. Andres organizes informal dinners for Arabs, Muslims and Jews where the young participants share homemade traditional food, their different cultures (and different political views regarding the Middle East conflict) and ultimately, their friendship. Though many may actively participate in their own religious, political or social institutions (which may not be friendly to each other on an institutional level), dinner participants come on a personal level and the idea is to get to know each other, generate trust, have fun and talk about their personal life, culture and traditions, while avoiding confrontations about the Middle East. The objective is to create a network of trust among participants to develop more bridge building activities and to expand to even more people and countries. Through a Facebook group, word-of-mouth invitations and participation by visiting foreigners from Denmark, Pakistan, the U.S., Morocco and Israel, the project has already started to spread beyond Argentina. It will soon be reproduced in Copenhagen. In addition to this, new activities have emerged (playing soccer, seeing Middle Eastern movies, attending seminars, etc.) and the hope is to reach even more people.