Of course in the case of the first two, their stance toward Israel is largely a holdover of the Cold War when the USSR was more closely aligned with Syria and Egypt pre-Sadat, and the US was more aligned with Israel post-'67 or at least post-'73, and they were just following the Soviets' lead. So, fair enough categorization.
Hate to break it to you but the US are a proud sponsor of Israel and the Palestinian genocide.
In Leninism, the self-determination of nations and anti-imperialism are of utmost importance, and in fact each of those are entire books written by Lenin. Since Israel was established by the British Empire and is an apartheid settler-colony (not trying to be inflammatory, that's straight from the United Nations https://undocs.org/A/HRC/4/17 and the African National Congress https://www.haaretz.com/1.5001173), the state of Israel is considered oppressive by Leninists and they think it should be replaced by a state that does not officially prioritize any religion or nationality. Also, Communist countries suffer under near-universal blockades, like Gaza and the West Bank do, so there's probably a solidarity factor there too.
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