The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has riddled the region for decades. At the heart of that at times violent quagmire is a dispute over land between Israelis and Palestinians. One solution, which today seems like a distant dream, is the "two-state solution", in which both Israel and Palestine become independent states. One organisation is trying to at least foster dialogue between the two sides. Alliance for Middle East Peace is a network of around 100 NGOs, promoting people-to-people peace building. Its executive director John Lyndon joins us on set to tell us more.