I just want to take a brief moment to explain a few things here...
All of you can look at a map and see the Golan Heights and the West Bank (Judea and Samaria) and the border lines. From this perspective, everything looks homogenous and fairly simple. But reality is not so easy-peasy.
The Golan Heights is so named because of its high elevation. Every military person has a deep appreciation of the high ground. Confederate forces lost at Gettysburg because they could not dislodge Union forces from the local hillocks. How many American soldiers perished taking the high bluffs on Pacific islands such as Iwo Jima? Militarily, it is usually extremely difficult and costly taking the high ground from entrenched forces.
There has been no peace treaty signed between Israel and Syria since the 1967 war. Technically, a state of war still exists. Until this changes, it would be foolish of Israel to relinquish the high ground of the Golan Heights to Syrian forces.
Bisecting the West Bank from north to south is the Jordan Ridge. This is also high ground. If you stand on this ridge and look west, you can see the Israeli coastal cities with the naked eye. It would be child's play to lob rockets and artillery rounds into these heavily populated cities from such an elevation.
I would be strategically uncomfortable withdrawing from the Jordan Ridge cold turkey. As things stand, the Palestinian authorities do not have the personel and the tools necessary to secure this territory from an extremist militia like Islamic Jihad. I would feel much better having an outside force such as NATO patrolling this land for a specified duration of time.
These are items that a simple map doesn't explain. They are critical items in the minds of most Israelis and must be addressed honestly and satisfactorily.