The European Union’s High Representative has urged the Mideast peace Quartet to meet within the next few weeks in order to encourage progress on stalled peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians.
Baroness Ashton said: "I propose the Quartet meet as soon as possible to help find a solution to the current impasse.”
She suggested that a meeting should take place around the Munich Security Conference at the beginning of next month.
The foreign policy chief made the comments following a meeting with Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah.
"The fresh plot by terrorists to target churches is an organised Zionist scenario aimed at creating a rift between Muslims and Christians…
"Following its intelligence and security failures in Egypt and the apprehension of a number of Mossad agents by Egyptian intelligence apparatus, the Zionist regime of Israel is set to exact vengeance on the Egyptian nation…
"Suicide attacks on churches in Egypt and the killing of Christians are part of the psychological warfare launched by the US, the UK and Israel to divide Christians and Muslims."
While israel is disappointed with Egyptian efforts to stop the smuggling of weapons over the border into Gaza, joint intelligence efforts between the two countries are ongoing and there have been recent successes in tracking down terrorists in the Strip and in Sinai.
Last week the Egyptians arrested 25 terror suspects living in northern Sinai, with Israel's help. They are currently searching for a cell of seven jihadists still at large in the desert.
They were there simply to visit one of Egypt’s archaeological treasures, the temple of Hatshepsut in the southern town of Luxor.
But the visit became a nightmare as six men, armed with firearms and knives, fired on them.
For 45 minutes the tourists were trapped inside the temple while their assailants systematically murdered them. They ten hijacked a bus but were stopped by a police shootout, in which three Egyptian tour guides died.
The head of Egypt’s Jewish community has escaped prison after winning an appeal against a fraud conviction.
Carmen Weinstein was found not guilty of defrauding a businessman out of more than £320,000 by an appeals court in Cairo.
In July Ms Weinstein, 82, was sentenced to three years in prison for selling a property which she did not own. She was alleged to have taken money from an investor for the purchase but not given him the deeds to the building.
She denied the charges and said that the documents supplied as evidence were false.
"I don't want to take part in antisemitic operations or those that negate Israel's right to exist in the region. I see Israel as a liberal, modern state with a religious character. Israelis have a right to defend themselves.
"Take the war on Gaza...Hamas started it...They refused to speak to Israel, fired rockets at it and caused it to defend itself."