Along the coast of the Levant (maybe also in other places), there are some very distinct discontinuities such as these. It may be nothing at all, but they stood out to me. Now I was wondering if there was a specific reason for the these specific discontinuities to arise.
The one in the picture is at Beirut, but also slight to the south there are several smaller discontinuities in the coast lines. They all seem to be small pieces of north facing coast line.
Some I noticed where at Beirut, Saadiyat, between Jiyeh and Jadra, Rmayleh, Iskandarounah, Haifa, Tripoli (lebanon), Ras al Basit, Om al-toyour, Burj Islam, 1 at Jableh and 1 just north of Jableh, Hamat and Hraiche.
I am aware not all of these are on the same scale and there are many more. Especially smaller ones, which I did not list. But they do all seem to have a similar shape, leaving me to wonder whether they could have a similar origin.