Well argued, I admit. Yet your assumptions that we need the golan are adopting a historical perspective. All the arguments might have been true up until recently, but they won't be true much longer. The water issue may soon be resolved by other means (imports, desalination), which must be introtuced anyway - with or without the Kineret. The Military perspective is cleary outdated. Victory in a potential conflict will not be decided by a few kilometers of territorial depth, but rather air superiority alone. No need to worry in this regard, given our technological edge in reconaissance capability. As to the cost of a deal: Count on it that Israel would receive massive financial and logistical aid to relocate the druze population from both the US and the EU. And yes - trade relations with the rest of the Arab world would definitely benefit, the economic value of which immeasurable but certainly high. The case for the geopolitical implications has been sufficiently discussed in this article. Please, Zionist, rid yourself of hatred and fear. And stop assuming that we can fight this war forever - without eventually losing it.
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from the article: Israel's response