I'm not going to spend much time on this, as it's pretty obvious. Peace? It's a pretty cold peace between Israel and Egypt.
Unlike before, when there was a half a century of periodic warfare between the two sides. Have you noticed that there haven't been a major regional war since David?
That was a deal between Sadat and Begin anyway, neither of which are any longer on the scene.
That applies to all treaties. The deal is still in place.
Ancient history really.
Really? Because Israel doesn't consider it ancient history. Considering their defense budget is structured around the deal. Egypt also doesn't consider it ancient history. The military establishment certainly doesn't.
Moreover, Egypt is only one of the several Arab nations in the area.
Yeah, the most powerful. Again, notice the absence of major regional wars since the Accords?
The whole area remains a tinder box capable of igniting at any time.
Not really. Not the way it was prior to David where major regional wars occurred numerous times in the course of four decades. Unlike after David when there were no major regional wars for the past three decades.
Egyptians themselves never had any say in the "peace process" and it's anyone's guess how they feel now.
The Palestinian problem remains as intractable as ever.
Yeah. Israel's destructive and stupid policies in the OT's is a problem. However the occupation of a tiny piece of contested land between a state and a small people is pretty different from a major regional war between two major regional powers. It was particularly important at the time since the middle east wars were in many sences proxy wars between the US and USSR with the posability of nuclear exchange.