And the US commitment to fight the ongoing tsunami of delegitimization of Israel per se, is maybe even the most important part of the generous offer. The last sentence in this report summarizes it very well: "What benefits Israeli security more - a few more trailers on some hilltops or doubling the number of advanced fighters in its inventory?" I don't think though that the article is lucid when it says that receiving the F-35 fighter jets is being offered in exchange of Israel sitting idle as Iran gets nuclear weapons. That is suicidal, and is maybe the only reason why "hilltops" appear as more important than Israel's overall military, political, security and diplomatic well being.
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from the article: Obama has made Netanyahu an offer he can't refuse