This article written by Dan Shanit, Prof. Guy Ben Simon and colleagues outlines the Middle East Ophthalmology Network, established among ophthalmologists from 10 major centers in Israel, Jordan, Morocco, the Palestinian Authority, and Tunisia. Using an experimental communication platform, MedStage, the network facilitated over 100 consultations in its first year, transcending physical and political boundaries. By minimizing constraints arising from uneven geographical distribution of medical resources, reducing professional isolation, and encouraging collaboration, the initiative yielded “peace dividends” through the cooperation of physicians across political divides. The documentary “Peace in Sight” showcased this telemedicine initiative, emphasizing its role in improving patient care and fostering peace-building in the region. The project’s significance lies not only in its technological aspects but also in its contribution to bridging social and political gaps, thereby serving the broader goal of world peace.