You are ill-informed on all of your points above. Specifically, how do you equate being drafted with being in combat?
The United States does indeed allow women in combat - they have merely been excluded from SOME combat arms duties and roles. Within two years or so, all of those remaining restrictions will have been lifted. Regardless, women have been in the forefront of combat throughout our latest wars.
As far as Israel, the IDF does NOT allow a blanket combat role for women. Just because women are subject to the draft, does not mean that they are allowed into combat roles. Israeli women are not allowed into any of the traditional combat arms, i.e.: Armor, Infantry, Artillery, combat Aviation.
The US Army has allowed women into the Artillery (Pershing) in the 80s, and attack Aviation in the 90s.
Currently, the US military allows women into more direct combat roles than the IDF. By 2016, they will be in the Infantry and Artillery. The IDF has no plans to do so now or in the future.
Put that in your pipe and smoke it ....