Reflected in the terms of the Saudi Peace Initiative, and the insistence on them being non-negotiable. It's a given that Israel's Arab neighbors realize that peace, and even normalized relations, with Israel is to their benefit; especially in light of the growing threat emanating from Iran. But selling the idea to their people requires those terms to be just as they are, because each of them addresses a specific item of contention, which collectively, fuel the popular antagonism towards Israel in the Middle-East. They cannot exist if normalized relations are to effectively take place. The Arab governments know this, and its why they insist Israel accept the terms as they are.
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