@Talkback Nope. Thes borders are not “disputed”,
This would be funny if not so sad. Israel has a declared border with Syria (not some fantasy border), that is cartographically mapped, physically demarcated, and militarily guarded. The entire world, and more importantly Israel and Syria, knows exactly where it is. This is the very definition of a declared border. Syria does not agree, it believes the border to be elsewhere, Syria disputes the Israel established and declared border. This is the very definition of a disputed border.
Ergo, the border is declared and disputed. This is not hard to understand.
As for Palestine, it has claims not borders. It has never had borders as it has never possessed sovereign territory, territory is necessary component of having a border. The Palestinian Mandate was not a country (laughable) and the UN has never recognized the borders of a Palestinian state. The UN position is that borders are a final status item, that is they are to be determined. This is also the official position of the Palestinians, who despite their claims have a signed agreement in which borders are a final status item and remain to be determined.