Furthermore, rest assured that not a single Middle Eastern regime has a leadership that could dare oppose almighty Israel.
An example is Egypt's Morsi.
He attempted to ease the sanctions imposed on Palestinians in Gaza and open the gates of the Rafah Land Borders between besieged Gaza and Egypt, as part of his intent to reach out to Palestinians in their crisis, and lo and behold, he never managed to complete one year in office, before a military coup d'etat ousted him.
On the other hand, his successor managed to completely lock them down by orders of Israel.
(Not to say that Morsi was a complete angel though, he had his flaws, and the Muslim Brotherhood has many more, causing the US to ultimately designate them as a terrorist organization, but this stance of his was one prominent factor in his demise)
 France24 source, in Arabic.