Are we referring to the disputed territories of Judea and Samaria.
We are talking about Cyprus:
The Cyprus settlers would always haunt peace talks
...The late Dr Fazil Kuchuk, a former Vice-President of Cyprus and a former leader of the Turkish Cypriot community, launched a bitter attack on the settlement policy of the Turkish Government as far back as 1978, complaining that settlers transformed “this paradise island into hell”...Dr Kuchuk appealed to the then Prime Minister of Turkey Bulent Ecevit to have undesirable settlers repatriated “so that this island that they have liberated will not be turned into a grave.”
The Cyprus Government complained regularly about a "reign of terror" by the Turkish settlers in the occupied area, directed at forcing the few remaining Greek Cypriots there to abandon their homes and flee to the free areas of the republic...as many as 40,000 settlers had been brought from the main- land in an attempt to change the demographic character of Cyprus and the balance of its population, which until the Turkish invasion consisted of just 120,000 Turkish Cypriots and 500,000 Greek Cypriots.
...This problem was always going to be the thorn in peace talks...
Turkey, of course, has far less claim to Cyprus than Israel to Judea and Samaria.
Found this comment there:
You expelled Turkish Cypriots from the government in 1963 by attacking civilians when Makarios' 13 amendments were refused and took up arms. You started the slippery slope to division, you rejected Ecevit's cantonal offer in 1974 in Geneva, and with each step you ended up in a worse position. You rejected the UN brokered peace offer in 2004, which Turkish Cypriots accepted...
And settler houses to be repaired. In Malaysia.