Considering the legal pretext in international law that forbids any nation to acquire or annex land through military conquest. Israel is a signatory of the conventions that require her to comply with such laws. It really is as cut and dry as that. Of course, it is normal that any nation, including Israel, should require from Syria a normalization of relations to ensure peace is kept, but really, Israel has nothing to fear from Syria. We both know that Israel has the capacity to easily annihilate all of her enemies. We also both know that the United States would come to her rescue in any defensive protocols if Israel was attacked (but not neccessarily if she is attacked because of a retaliation from an Israeli first strike). The Golan Heights belongs to Syria and it's about time Israel lives up to the international treaties that she is a signatory to.
Egypt to hold parliamentary election in 2 phases starting Oct 18-19 (Reuters)
from the article: Report: Syria willing to consider phased Golan pullout