There are several verses in the Bible that promise the land of Israel that was once occupied by several pagan groups of people to the Jews in an everlasting covenant now and into eternity. Although God drove the Jews out of Israel in 70 AD following their rejection of their Messiah, in a world wide dispersion, he began bringing them back in the last century, as foretold in scripture.
Genesis 12:3 promises a blessing to all who bless Israel and a curse to those who curse it.
The United States, who many recent students of Biblical prophecy believe is the end times nation referred to in the Bible as the daughter of Babylon and sometimes just Babylon, has been the only real defender of Israel since 1948, when Israel became a nation again, and has been greatly blessed by God for that, despite changing from that nation that recognized God in its founding documents to one that is turning away from Him in it's government polices, entertainment, and family life, at a speed that is mind boggling to say the least.
During that time America has increased in population growth by 1500%. GDP has grown from $1 Trillion to $15.6 trillion as of 2012.
During the last 20 years, however, starting with President George H W Bush a trend began of pressuring Israel to give up "land for peace"
In Genesis 15:18, God told Israel "To your descendants I give this land, from the river of Egypt to the great rive, the Euphrates", which by the way is a much larger region than the postage stamp size nation it is today. (Developing)
It is very important to understand that God told Israel not to give up or exchange any of Israel's land with other nations. God provides only one way that Israel is to divide the land that he gave to Israel:
"So you shall divide this land among yourselves according to the tribes of Israel" (Ezekiel 47:21)
But what about dividing the land or exchanging the land with others.
"They must not sell or exchange any of it. This is the best of the land and must not pass into the other hands, because it is holy to the Lord (Exekiel 48: 14)