Peace with Syria hinges on Israel's willingness to give up the Golan watershed. About half of Israel's drinking water comes from the Kinneret and that water originates in the Golan. As the coastal aquifer becomes progressively more salinated, the Golan's water becomes that much more inportant. I doubt Israel will ever give up the Golan, no matter if President Assad decides to get circumsized and become a Haredim.
Syrian troops sieze village above rebel-held parts of Aleppo (Reuters)
from the article: Barak: Without Syria peace, we could be headed for all-out war
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