Having been raised in Israel, Dvir was regularly exposed to strong religious, social and political beliefs and ideas from an early age. Holy sites situated throughout Israel make religiously important for Jews, Christians, Muslims, among other religions. The region’s history combined with the volatile political situation today, result in a complex and intense reality in which people emphatically and publicly express themselves. Dvir was fascinated and sometimes frightened by the extreme situations people reach in the pursuit and defense of their beliefs. He explore the various sides of how people practice their faith and beliefs, the places it brings them to, and the scenes in which they take part. Regardless of specific religious or political affinities, faith and belief can provide a sense of community, belonging, safety, and understanding. Yet, it might also provoke hatred, separation and aggressiveness.