We went looking for those items that best reflect how the report turns facts and figures on their heads to come up with the preconceived conclusion: it's all the fault of the Israeli occupation, and once Israel is out of the picture you'll see how those Palestinians will become Switzerland of the Middle East.
A Gaza equipment merchant was indicted on seven charges of smuggling scuba diving equipment into the region and selling it to Hamas.
The father of a fallen soldier whose body is being held in captivity by Hamas in Gaza was laid to rest after giving up his struggle after a 10-month battle with cancer.
Meshaal, Chairman of the Hamas Political Bureau, was born in 1956 in Silwad in Judea and Samaria during the Jordanian occupation.
Mustafa was released after his questioning.
Turkey's Pres. Erdogan has signed off on the normalization agreement between his country and Israel. Next steps: payment of compensation and exchange of ambassadors.
The Kremlin denies there are any specific plans to hold a summit between Israeli and Palestinian Authority leaders this fall.
Egypt has opened its sole crossing with Gaza to allow Muslims to travel to Mecca for the Hajj.
He failed to mention the arrests and indictments by Israel of an international charity administrator and a UNDP employee, who confessed to directing millions of dollars to Hamas — which is why all those ruined buildings are yet to be rebuilt.
DM Liberman says Israel will not negotiate with Hamas in Gaza, and there will be no compromises over two IDF soldiers' bodies held hostage by the terror group.
There is no blockade at the Israel-Gaza border: it operates like any other international border, with normal hours and inspections.
Less than a majority of respondents believe that the scheduled local elections are important; the rest believe that they are somewhat important or not important. Only 47% are confident the elections will be held as scheduled.
Israel’s UN envoy Danny Danon was contacted by the UN legal office which claimed that UN employees are entitled to diplomatic immunity from prosecution by local authorities and that Borsch should receive UNDP visitors.
What is being presented as an ideological warfare between political factions in the PA, is, in fact, turf war between criminal enterprises.
It should be noted that the Oslo Accords forbid the participation of terror organizations in PA elections, but Hamas has already set a precedence in 2006.
Apparently, Turkey is determined to "continue to stand in solidarity with the Palestinian people against Israeli action that violates international law and offends the conscience."
The Iron Dome anti-missile defense system has just been deployed in Sderot to protect the Gaza Belt.
It all began when Israel hit back.
Liberman is changing the rules in Gaza, and it appears that from now on, a provocation, no matter how small, will be met with a fierce and destructive reaction.
The same official also told Israel Radio that the PA does not demand that Israel freeze settlement construction as a prerequisite to the Paris conference, but rather the freeze should coincide with the start of negotiations.
During several trips to Turkey, the defendant allegedly received a total of $25,000 from his Hamas contact.
The new home warning system will kick in only if a missile threatens the user's particular area, leaving everyone else to continue with their daily routines.
A senior Hamas official was caught in Ramallah by Israeli security personnel as he campaigned for local elections.
Arabs are again attacking Israeli drivers on the roads. This time it was a smashed windshield.
One MP said "the German government cannot publicly designate the godfather of terrorism Erdogan as a partner, while internally warning about Turkey as a hub for terrorism."