I still think you're overestimating it. The Crimea is a big, expensive boondoggle for Russia. That was readily evident to anyone with a basic understanding of geopolitics. However, the Falklands were a big, expensive boondoggle for Argentina and the UK and both parties eagerly engaged. For Galtieri, it was a distraction from the pigfuck he'd made of the economy. For Thatcher, it was a distraction from the pigfuck she'd made out of the employment situation. Putin didn't take Crimea because it was a money-making venture, he took it because it gave him a nationalist flag to wave and distract people from domestic issues.
Isolation never hurts leaders. Take a look at North Korea. As far as China, China don't give a fuck about the European side of things and besides, they trade a lot more with Kazakhstan than they do with Russia. Gives them a proxy where anything Russia does doesn't matter.
None of which has much to say about Israel, whose primary trade partner is the United States, and whose primary exports are weapons bits and cut diamonds.
You're talking about an economy in which Israel is the clean end of Lord of War and Blood Diamond respectively. A few dead brown kids aren't gonna nudge that an inch.