Unusually, since 2004, Syria has adopted apples from Israel on the transition from Quneitra. In 2010, Syria hosted about 10,000 tonnes of apples grown by Druze producers on the Golan Heights.  Israeli Minister Ayoub Kara has called for an agreement with Syria on the water supply of the Golan Heights. Today, 10% of the water in the Druze town of Majdal Shams is delivered from Syria from the Ein al-Toufah spring. This regime has been in existence for 25 years.  A Syro-Israeli peace has the potential to serve as a psychological breakthrough for Arabs and Israelis. But this will not happen if the Palestinian issue is not dealt with fairly. This is not to say that israelis, Syrians and Lebanese should wait for the conclusion of the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations to conclude their own agreement. But if an agreement is reached with Syria at the expense of the Palestinians, it will be detrimental to Israel. If Israel tries to oppose the Syrian and Palestinian traces, it will undermine the gains of the Syrian-Lebanese path and leave the heart of the Arab-Israeli conflict unresolved.
Syrian President Hafiz al-Asad is trying to distance himself from the way Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, Palestinian Authority President Yasser Arafat, and Jordan`s King Hussein negotiated with Israel. It is unlikely that Asad will suddenly show up in Washington to help Barak sell a peace referendum to Israeli public opinion. But if a breakthrough is made in Sheperdstown, Asad might surprise us. Despite this, it is not Syria`s responsibility to offer gestures of trust to Israel. Regional Impact Syria can facilitate normalization in the region if it achieves peace with Israel. In particular, a Syrian peace with Israel could moderate Iran`s and Iraq`s position vis-à-vis the peace process. It is clear that Syria has spoken with Iran about the future of Hezbollah and its transformation from a resistance movement into a political party. Therefore, Syria is not only the key to the pacification of the Israeli-Lebanese border, but also the gateway to improving US-Iranian relations. Any agreement or agreement with the “Israeli enemy” violates Arab issues, which still fall under the Palestinian issue, the ministry said. In 2010, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad accused Israel of avoiding peace and Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem warned that in the event of a future war, Israeli cities that would be attacked by Syrian missiles would be targeted. Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman responded that the Syrian army would be defeated in a war with Israel and that Assad and his family would be ousted from power.
Lieberman also advised Syria to release demand for the Golan Heights.  In 2010, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu conducted secret talks with Syria, negotiated by the Americans.  Yitzhak Rabin`s willingness to discuss the golan retreat in ex-change for total peace meant a clear abandonment of his predecessors and led to a more fruitful dialogue with Syria. But the PLO`s statement of principles surprised Assad and threatened to insist on a comprehensive settlement. As at Camp David, Assad misjudged the desire of both sides to go beyond the status quo. Faced with the new prospect of being marginalized, his strategic calculation has shifted from the question of whether he should reach an agreement to an agreement towards a price. Since the 1949 ceasefire agreements, relations between Israel and Syria have been marked by periods of hostility; ceasefire talks, sometimes through mediators; And exit agreements, such as the 1974 Israeli-Syrian exit agreement. The collapse of the Soviet Union and the crushing defeat of Iraq in the Gulf War were both a strategic crisis for Assad and a chance for a long-awaited rapprochement with the United States. The familiar ideas of a bipolar world, rooted in conflict and confrontation, have been replaced by a new world order dominated by the United States.