The facts tend to be less urgent for individuals with an ideological predisposition to kicking out at Israel at every opportunity.
Here in Israel, keeping your head in the sand is seen as an unbearably expensive option.
Human Rights Watch attacked Israel for bombing a media installation. Perhaps they have forgotten the story of Palestinian journalist Ahlam Tamimi.
France says that the UN Disengagement Observer Force may removed due to the fear of Syrian chemical weapons.
If this were happening in your neighborhood, what steps would you be taking?
The Malki Foundation's goal is to make home-care a real option for families of disabled children.
The chances that Gazan mortars and rockets are being withdrawn from service? Not so great.
A contemporary variant of Kafka's "The Trial" is unfolding in Dubai.
Denmark, Finland, Portugal and Ireland opposed any condemnation whatsoever by the EU of Mashaal's calls for Israel's annihilation and destruction.
There is abundant and growing cause to deeply regret the extorted decision that led to October 2011's mass release of unrepentant killers and other terrorists from Israeli prisons.
Those of us living just south of the Syrians intuitively understand how much more serious the consequences can be for us.
Looking ahead, there's more than a little reason to take a sober view of the future.
What's happened the ceasefire went into effect.
While Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal was on CNN, his Gaza-based Hamas colleagues were talking - in the Arabic language - about continuing the fight against Israel until the "liberation of all our lands, from the sea to the river."
The complicity of the media in Arab aggression against Israel.
The IDF says no fewer than 99 such explosive devices have 'fallen short' in the last four days.
The reality of what is happening is much less poetic, but astonishing when you pause to think about it.
From personal messages received from family and friends, and from scanning the online sources - here are the rocket attacks, just in one hour this morning.
As massive as the fighting is, the count of dead on the Palestinian Arab side has three, perhaps two, civilians. Let's hope the effectiveness of the Israeli fighters continues at that exemplary level.
In a small effort to correct that distortion, here is a status report from the Gaza NGO Safety Office.