exile, a city of Bashan (Deut. 4:43), one of the three cities of refuge east of Jordan, about 12 miles north-east of the Sea of Galilee (Josh. 20:8). There are no further notices of it in Scripture. It became the head of the province of Gaulanitis, one of the four provinces into which Bashan was divided after the Babylonish captivity, and almost identical with the modern Jaulan, in Western Hauran, about 39 miles in length and 18 in breath.
“I have no suspicion that someone at Facebook was making decisions about who has the golan and gives it to Syria,” he said.
But he maintained the cease fire on the golan, and was predictable.
Israelis never had the same ideological attachment to the golan Heights as to the West Bank.