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Query that returns blocked issues that are assigned to another team

I'm rather new to JQL, but do have experience with other query languages.

I would like to write a query that returns all issues that are blocked or is blocking other issues, but there the other issue is assigned to another team.

First, I was trying out the following, which gives me issues that are blocking or blocked by other issues, but it appears there is no way to filter out those that are assigned to the same team.

issueFunction in hasLinkType(Blocks) 

I the stumbled upon linkedIssuesOf, which appears to be able to run a sub query on linked issues, but I would also need to pass the assigned team of the current issue to compare it to the linked issue's team. Is that possible somehow?

The sub query only appears to accept a string/content in double quote, so I'm not sure how I would pass in a value from the current issue.

issueFunction in linkedIssuesOf("SUBQUERY", Blocks)

linkedIssuesOf returns issues, but I would only need to know if there are any fulfilling the condition. sort of like count > 0.

Can anyone help with this?

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