Everything I know about morality and the obligations of men, I owe it to soccer” Albert Camus’ epistemology is being applied by the youth of the Rhino refugee settlement. The Dhoran Peace Tournament has brought the unifying magic of sport the refugee communities that were once divided among tribal lines. Young men full of hatred, with no sense for their community but only their individual profit learned to play together. When Dhoran Foundation called to the soccer field, members of all tribes and groups were mixed into a number of teams and learned to play with each other to achieve the greatest fun. The depressing camp life turns into a festival of enthusiastic fans, cheering to the spectacle and enjoying the musicians that join the match. In a soccer game, differences are easily cast aside, because goals are not reached alone. Up next: the girls only Open Netball Tournament.