In the latest issue of FATHOM, BICOM’s free quarterly journal, several contributors look to explore the prospects for peace today. Toby Greene and Hitham Kayali, an Israeli and Palestinian, offer a common vision of ‘two states for two peoples’, Einat Wilf and David Pollock the United Nations Works and Relief Agency (UNWRA) and incitement in official Palestinian Authority media. There is a fascinating IDF dispatch from the South Hebron hills, while Danny Seidemann explores Jerusalem’s future. Hilik Bar MK explores the chances of success in the current peace talks. Matthew Levitt looks at Hezbollah as a criminal network, Rupert Shortt, the author of Christianophobia: A Faith Under Attack is interviewed, Rabbi Dov Lipman MK looks at the tensions between secular and ultra-Orthodox Israelis, Tali Nir and Marc Grey argue for a new ‘Basic Law: Social Rights’, Yael Shtayim reports from Tel Aviv on social protest and Noa Sattah examines Women of the Wall. Fathom is available on your iPad, iPhone and online.