Maps on popular mobile applications from two major Chinese companies, Amap and Baidu, do not display the name of Israel, although neighboring countries and other countries of similar size are visible. The maps also do not include a country name marker for "Palestine," which China recognizes as a state. Chinese authorities clarified that Israel remains marked on official maps issued by the government. It is unclear whether the absence of country names on the apps is a recent development. China is known for paying attention to detail on maps, especially regarding its own territorial claims. China has criticized Israel's response to the recent conflict with Hamas, but has not condemned the militant group explicitly. China supports a two-state solution for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and has been presenting itself as a potential peacemaker. Some analysts are skeptical of China's role in resolving the conflict and suggest its diplomatic efforts may be driven by aligning with the Arab world. The conflict has sparked a debate on China's social media platforms.
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