People who don't want peace always make remarks like "Syria's territorial demands couldn't be satisfied" (i.e., the tiny Golan Heights) and "Abbas can't prevent terrorism" (wait, when was the last time terrorists from Abbas's territory attacked Israel?). It's the rhetoric of fear, used to make people afraid of peace. The motivation, of course, is the desire to keep illegal settlements.
North Korea insists it 'regrets,' not apologizes, over mine blast that killed 2 South soldiers (AP)
from the article: Can Israel only make peace with dictators?