1) Europeans and Americans are wary of events in the region, considering Israel's desperate situation. Israel announces that Hez missiles are its top priority. Then a string of suspicious events from Bulgaria to Cyprus followed by an Israeli media campaign to capitalize on those events, then political pressure in America and Europe to take a more direct role in Syria. 2) Netanyahu himself, but also the state of Israel generally, has very little credibility among anyone when it comes to peace. 3) Israel has to choose between a short to medium term peace plan, the modified Saudi plan or whatever, that might provide 5 years of security with perhaps more, or its current path which has zero security and an apocalypse for historians to study over coffee.
Yemen's vice president reportedly lands in Aden (Reuters)