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A Method which Actually Works:
Solving International and Interpersonal Problems without Fear or Anger

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2008: Cameron and Kristina have been back in Jordan and Syria setting up Musical Education Programs for displaced Iraqi Refugee Children

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From 2002 to 2005 Cameron and Kristina carried their Musical Mission of Peace through Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, the West Bank and Egypt:
Four separate journeys through the Arab world.
They have presented the story of these travels more than 200 times throughout the USA. They can be contacted for additional multimedia or musical presentations.

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Recent Musical Missions in Arab-Speaking World:
Fall of 2002,
Spring of 2003, Fall of 2003, Winter of 2004 - 2005

Building a Bridge of Understanding
between America
and the Arab World

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Cameron & Kristina singing in Baghdad:
note pedestal of fallen Saddam statue in background

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Trading Arabic songs with people on the street in central Baghdad in April, 2003.
"We need to see more people like you!" they were told.

World peace
exists right now!
Musicians Cameron and Kristina honor ancient civilizations by learning to perform their music.
Compassion
exists naturally
between all people
in the absence of fear. 

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Cameron & Kristina's Home on the road in America:
"We lost our Travel Trailer to high winds on the Interstate in June of 2005. To meet continuing demand for our presentations we will now accept invitations from groups who would choose to fly us in."

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Recent Musical Missions Across America where Cameron & Kristina have now driven more than 38,000 miles to give over a hundred and sixty presentations about the Arab-Speaking world:
Summer of 2003, Winter of 2004, Spring of 2004, Summer of 2004, Spring of 2005

Cameron and Kristina:
Two Americans...
--who have learned to perform popular Arabic Music...
Since the Fall of 2002 they have been on the road in the Arab-speaking world and in America ...
...so that Americans can see more clearly who the Arabic-speaking people really are...
...and so that Arabs can see that there are Americans who love Arab music and culture and who do not believe that war is the answer...
"Musical Missionaries" are "Missionaries in Reverse": They Travel to Learn, not to Teach

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Cameron & Kristina Sing in Palestinian Refugee Camp south of Damascus, Syria -- October, 2003

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Kristina & Cameron singing in Central Cairo
in March, 2003

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Cameron & Kristina Sang for 60,000 people in Cairo on October 17, 2003 to support fundraising for a new Children's Cancer Hospital.
They represented the compassionate heart of America and were the only non-Egyptian performers.

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Audience in Cairo Stadium

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