Nice to know that! Hope to see a Tel Aviv-Delhi flight in near future!
Not a single chance. Ryanair does not fly outside the European OpenSkies area and some associated countries like Israel. Delhi is way out of place for them. I don't know about India, but for some countries (Russia for example) there's a rule that they're only allowed to fly into these countries from their home country. Ryanair, being an Irish airline, is only allowed to fly to Russia from Ireland, not from the rest of Europe.
Who else can see them opening services to Qatar or UAE from either Eilat or Tel Aviv
For the same reason as above, this will not happen. Ryanair sticks to Europe and associated countries and not an inch beyond that. Besides, most of the Arabic world doesn't recognize Israel as a country and therefor does not allow flights to/from Israel.
Those routes are very strange. Why so many flights to Poland? I know most of the tourism to Poland is in Warsaw and southern Poland, so why Gdansk and Poznan?
I guess there's lots of Jewish people living there. Besides, southern Poland is (unfortunately) very important in the history of the Jewish people, think of places like Auschwitz.
So after 20 years or so of ignoring Israel, O'Leary has decided to make a big play for the market share. Israel has always been an attractive market. So what changed this year?
If I'm not mistaken, Israel associated with the European OpenSkies area. This gives them the same rights in Israel as in every European country. But this has not always been the case, it's only been introduced recently.