Was it not Israel that pre-emptively started the six day war with her enemies by attacking and then subsequently occupying Gaza and the Sinai Peninsula. Remember? Operartion "Moked"? Any seasoned military analyst at the time knew that Israel had the fire power to knock out all of her enemies, as she had a massive military advantage, even against the combined militaries of Egypt, Jordan and Syria. This was a no-brainer for any military strategist of the time. So why did Israel attack Egypt commencing the six day war if she had a massive military edge? Perhaps, if we look at the continued conquest and colonial settlement of the West Bank, we may be able to deduce that Israel's "defensive" policies are indeed expansionist in nature. Perhaps Israel started the six day war knowing she would be able to conquer more land. Based on clear policies and facts on the ground in what is supposed to be a future Palestinian State, I don't think such a conclusion is much of a stretch.
19-year-old construction worker seriously injured after falling from scaffolding in Harish (Haaretz)
from the article: Report: Syria willing to consider phased Golan pullout