The UN aknowledged the creation of the state of Israel, over parts of the territories covered by the British mandate at the time of said UN resolution, and that did not include the Golan heights. Israel then, by the very act that declared it's existance and its acceptance by international community, has no claim to land covered previously by the British mandate. If it choses to assert such claim, Israel, would have to ask the UN and submit to its judgment. A couple of days ago on this very site Major General (res.) Uri Sagi offered a different assessment than yours:Peace was possible with Syria, but Barak did not have the stomach to foot the bill. The principle is simple:Full land for Unconditional Peace.That's cheap.
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from the article: Between Katzrin and Nahariya