Palestine - Claims independence, and two separate Palestinian governments currently control large parts of the West Bank (the Palestinian National Authority) and the entire Gaza Strip (Hamas) as separate entity's, but most of Palestine is also claimed and controlled by Israel. Over 100 states recognise Palestine, but with varying territorial borders, or in some cases, with no borders specified. Palestinians currently suffer from serious blockades, which has seen - to varying degrees for many decades - them finding it difficult to get food, water and medical supplies into the area, due to being completely surrounded by Israeli-controlled land, the Israeli-controlled ocean, and Arab neighbours who have become allies of the Israeli's, in support of the blockade against the Palestinians, presumably for financial or political incentives. Both Gaza and the West Bank now resemble large refugee camps, rather than settlements in a fledgling state, and many Palestinian groups claim sovereignty over all of Israel, along with the regions which are currently controlled by Palestinian authorities (the Gaza Strip and much of the West Bank), but most have had to publicly tone those wishes down, to enter negotiations with the Israeli's and various international bodies. Most nations in the World do not recognise Israel's sovereignty over East Jerusalem, the Golan Heights and parts of the West Bank, which are all filled with Israeli settlements, and 20 states do not recognise Israel's rights over any of Palestine, and therefore do not consider it a country, as that constitutes all of their current territory. A large proportion of the World's nations do, however, recognise Israel's sovereignty over most of the land it occupies, which means that most of the World's governments currently recognise Israel's full sovereignty over most of Palestine.