Breakfast is simply the first meal of the day, so yes, all cuisines involve a breakfast though the contents of breakfast vary across culinary traditions. Furthermore, some individuals will simply opt out of breakfast. Some cultures have a fairly large breakfast such as Western cultures while for others, breakfast is a minor meal. In the Middle East, breakfast foods often consist of sweets. In Persia for example, one breakfast food is chocolate covered honeycomb.
In many cultures, breakfast often involves a form of bread and fruit. Typically breakfast foods tend to be light and full of sugar. Vegetables such as cucumbers, and tomatoes are also a breakfast staple in regions such as Israel. As can be seen, there is a large variety of what is considered breakfast from culture to culture. In Europe, as another example, breakfast tends to include some combination of bread and eggs which is also true of North American breakfast.