There are 18 countries in what is politically and geographically called the Middle East: 17 Moslem countries and the non-Moslem Jewish State of Israel (see). Of these 18 countries only four have peace treaties with former enemies they've fought wars with: Israel, Egypt, Jordan and the Palestinians (amongst themselves). Of the four Israel has two treaties: one with Egypt (where it returned the Sinai Peninsula seized in the 1967 War), and the other with Jordan (which relinquished its claims to the West Bank and East Jerusalem lost in the 1967 War). Moreover, Israel has tried and failed to make peace with Syria, Lebanon (torpedoed by Syria) and with the Palestinians (several times).
Israel and Egypt's Anwar Sadat make peace.
The Palestinians have a reconciliation or peace treaty between two warring political factions, Fatah and Hamas, but have refused to make peace with the Jewish Statel. In 2000 the Palestinians terminated the Oslo Peace Process with Israel (then in its seventh year) and launched a Second violent Intifada (anti-Israel uprising); this uprising occurred after the Palestinians (then headed by Arafat) were generously offered by Prime Minister Ehud Barak most of the so-called occupied West Bank, the last remaining "occupied" piece of Gaza, and East Jerusalem (for their capital); but Arafat and the Palis (Hamas and Fatah) preferred instead to resume hostilities, conflict and annihilating genocidal hate-driven war (see).
Israel and Jordan's King Hussein' make peace.
The Palestinians can show real tangible benefits and gains from its seven year peace process with Israel: Indeed, they gained political autonomy and self-governence in Gaza and the West Bank-which formerly belonged to Egypt and Jordan and was subsequently under Israeli military rule.
Israel bent over backwards trying to make peace with the Palestinians on multiple occasions (across the 90s, 2000, 2001, 2008) but failed. Why? Because it lacked a real, willing peace partner like an Anwar Sadat or King Hussein.
Israel can show no reciprocal benefits and gains from granting Palestinians autonomy (and other efforts to make peace) as they continue their violent anti-Israel, Koran inspired jihad (backed by most Moslem states) kidnapping and murdering Israeli Jews and launching missile attacks on Israeli towns and cities. This has sparked two bloody wars in Gaza (2008 and 2014) where hundreds have been killed and injured with property damage in the millions. Driven by racism, cultural imperialism and religious intolerance the implacable Palestinians are hell-bent on Israel's destruction, and will settle for nothing less.
What this means in summation is this: when it comes to peacemaking in the Middle East Israel has the best record of any nation being the greatest force for peace, justice and stability in the region. Anyone who believes otherwise and can prove me wrong showing me a greater peacemaker in the region will be $1000 richer.