The Multinational Force and Observers group is tasked with keeping the peace between Israel and Egypt after the Camp David accords.
As the Sinai explodes around them, they have been curiously silent.
Over a hundred people were killed yesterday in attacks in the Sinai, so this silence is a bit jarring.
The latest news from their website is from April 1:
On 23 March 2015, a change of command ceremony was held at the MFO’s North Camp in el Gorah to mark the assumption of Force military police duties by Canada, taking over this important role from Hungary.
MFO's Task Force Sinai group has this important item on May 8:
Today, Task Force sinai Soldiers as well as members of the MFO, gathered around the New Zealand Patio here on North Camp to watch a tribal war dance also known as a HAKA performed by their New Zealand counterparts. The traditional ceremony is one of the true cultural events that demonstrates the diversity shared here in the MFO. This event was held today to welcome the new rotation of NZ Soldiers.You know that they are going to get attacked sooner or later.
In contrast, the UNDOF forces meant to keep a cease fire between Syria and Israel have been giving quarterly reports to the UN that provide more detail on the situation in Syria (the "Bravo side.") The last edition of their Golan Journal was published over a year ago, and it only mentioned the Syria civil war that surrounds them in passing.