Recently it was reported that Zoom and some other video-conferencing applications are selectively imposing restrictions on issues and one of these is the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine.
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Accordingly the international community - at the beginning - hoped that exportation of Israeli gas to Europe (possibly via a sub-sea pipeline to Turkey) could advance cooperation among regional states, make a political solution easy for already existing disputes like the Cyprus Question, and strengthen interdependence between Europe and the region.
Similarly, some Ultra-Orthodox Jews in Israel and Orthodox Christians in Greece have resisted the lockdown while others have complied with it.
Following the agreement, to which countries such as Greece, Egypt, the Greek Administration of Southern Cyprus (GASC) and Israel reacted negatively, international pressure on the government in Libya’s capital, Tripoli, increased.
January 2020, the US and Israeli Air Force conducted airstrikes against the IRGC and PMU positions near Abu Kamal on Iraqi-Syrian border.
Very little was written and said in Russia about the struggle between Turkey and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and the “consortium” of Greece, Cyprus, Egypt and Israel over the large gas fields in the Eastern Mediterranean and over the corridors supplying produced gas to the European market.
This is especially the case after Israel and Egypt announced the launch of a regional gas forum for the Mediterranean states in January, which excluded Turkey and Lebanon.
There is also the issue of protecting Israel, otherwise, Syrian oil does not have significant importance for the US" Shaban said.
, Israel and Europe for the intent and purpose of founding a “global Islamic Caliphate,”.
In Russia’s perspective, there is room for Israel’s security perceptions regarding Syria and Iran.
was the only country that considered the arms trade as a tool of arms policy while other states considered this in commercial terms, especially France, Israel and Russia.
Sisi was placed in power by regional and global actors led by the US, Israel, Saudi Arabia and the UAE with the aim of ending the revolutionary process in Egypt in 2011.
These developments coupled with Israel's increasing attacks on Syria and Iraq, have played a role in reestablishing Israel, the US and their Syrian partners like the YPG, as the main threat to both the Syrian regime and Iran, rather than the Syrian opposition.
For instance, the wall between Israel and Palestine or the Berlin Wall.
On the contrary, the Jerusalem factor in the deterioration of relations was noteworthy as it became evident with the low-profile response by the Saudi-led axis of the UAE, Egypt and Bahrain to the US’s recognition of Jerusalem as the Israeli capital.