The Huffington Post, like the good little soldier it is, faithfully published the non-story about Palestinians (who are coming into Israel for free medical treatment) trying to use their alleged illness to make political hay. Basically they submitted their paperwork using letterhead for the "State of Palestine", which Israel doesn't recognize, rather than what has been used and working for decades, the letterhead of the Palestinian Authority. Naturally, Israeli authorities rejected that paperwork and made them use the PA letterhead. Once the PA letterhead was used, the patients were allowed in for their free medical treatment. I guess the medical treatment was important enough that they needed to get into Israel for it (aka normalizing) but not important enough that they weren't willing to try a political stunt first.
For some reason, this story is international news.
The Huffington Post readership reacted to this story not with appreciation for the medical treatment that Israel gives Palestinians aka their enemy, but with all out attacks on Israel's existence and whining about Israeli treatment of the chosen victims of Palestine. Because that's what you do when an Israel story is published on the Huffington Post.
And that's over a paperwork issue!