You seem to be very sure that the policy of "land for peace" shouldn't be relied on. However you yourself mention the precedent of Egypt, a case where this policy does work. Hence, the onus falls on you to argue that in other cases it won't. You say that Egypt complies to the peace treaty with Israel only because it has been bought off by the American subsidy. However, you seem to forget that Israel receives also a gigantic --indeed, a much bigger-- US subsidy. Would you say that Israeli policies are dictated fron Wasihington as well? Would you say that it is America that promotes a climate of permanent tension in the Levant, or constat threats against Israel neighbours? If not, you seem to have a two standards moral (& analytic) suitcase.
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