That area of the Middle East has been the center of all international world shipping commerce since antiquity. None of its 'caretakers' have ever wished to harm the actual land, ports or infrastructure.
The 'problem' is that the previous 'tenants' who lived there for many centuries have done nothing but let the lands become arid while refusing to engage in meaningful commerce. The Israelis have done more for the lands and for world commerce in the first fifty years of reclaiming these homelands than the native Palestinians did in centuries previous. The 'solution' is to remove the Palestinians and send them 'home' to the various countries which originally exiled them to the Israeli deserts for being equally primitive, violent and uncooperative. The issue is that none of those countries is willing to take them back, even if they are forcibly removed.
The real 'solution' is to pay those countries massive amounts of money instead for their willingness and then use business and limited military arrangements to return the Palestinians to their respective homelands for reintegration. The only reason this hasn't happened yet is because early attempts have resulted in corruption and money ending up in the hands of sympathetic terrorists. If someone actually got serious about all aspects of it, it wouldn't even be all that hard to accomplish. It would be expensive and require a permanent military and educational presence in the respective nations involved, but it would definitely work to bring long term peace to the region, stifle terrorism and bring prosperity to everyone. That economic disparity is the underlining issue that keeps the region from being stable and absurdly prosperous.