The countries around Judah were glad to see the destruction of Judah and voiced their feelings about the event. While God punished Judah for its evil practices, Judah’s neighbors were guilty of the same things. God wanted the Israelites to be an example of a nation that followed God’s commandments; but not to be mistreated by its neighbors without God’s approval.
Following are judgements God gave to Ezekiel:
Ammon: God said to Ezekiel, “Condemn the people of Ammon and tell them: ‘You celebrated when God’s temple was destroyed, when Israel was defeated, and when God’s people were taken away as prisoners. Now God is going to let you be conquered by tribes from the eastern desert. They will set up their camps in your land and eat your fruit and drink your milk. Your capital city of Rabbah will be nothing but pastureland for camels, and the rest of the country will be pastures for sheep. You hated Israel so much that you clapped and shouted and celebrated. So, God will hand you over to enemies who will rob you. God will completely destroy you. There won't be enough of your people left to be a nation ever again, and you will know that God has done these things.’”
Moab: "The people of Moab thought Judah was no different from any other nation. So God will let Moab's fortress towns along its border be attacked. The same eastern desert tribes that invade Ammon will invade Moab, and just as Ammon will be forgotten forever, Moab will be punished. Then the people there will know that God has done these things."
Edom: God said, "The people of Edom are guilty of taking revenge on Judah. So I will punish Edom by killing all its people and livestock. It will be an empty wasteland. I will send my own people to take revenge on the Edomites by making them feel my fierce anger. And when I punish them, they will know that I am God."
Philistia: God said, "The cruel Philistines have taken revenge on their enemies over and over and have tried to destroy them. Now it's my turn to treat the Philistines as my enemies and to kill everyone living in their towns along the seacoast. In my fierce anger, I will take revenge on them. And when I punish them, they will know that I am God."