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Corrected

Gideon Levy

Error (Haaretz, Gideon Levy, 6/25/17): Between 130 and 150 people – most of them civilians, including women and children – paid with their lives for [Hadar Goldin's] killing and the abduction of his body during the 2014 Gaza war.

Correction (Online as of 6/28/17): Dozens of people – most of them civilians, including women and children – paid with their lives for his killing and the abduction of his body during the 2014 Gaza war.



Error (Haaretz, Gideon Levy, Op-Ed, 3/16/17): There were 5,818 hate crimes recorded against Muslims in America in 2015. . .

Correction (3/16/17 (online)): There were 5,818 hate crimes recorded in America in 2015 …

 
This article was amended on March 16, 2017.
A total of 5,818 hate crimes were recorded in the United States in 2015 and not as originally published.



Error (Haaretz, Gideon Levy, 4/17/15): Afterward, hundreds of enraged young people started to march toward the IDF checkpoint at the edge of the town.

Correction (4/19/15): Afterward, hundreds of enraged young people started to march toward the IDF checkpoint at the edge of the town and began throwing stones. . . .

This article was amended on 19/4/2015 to add the fact that some mourners at Jafar Awad's funeral threw stones at IDF forces.



Error (Ha'aretz, Op-Ed, Gideon Levy, 3/31/13): Amnesty International, for instance, enumerated only 92 Palestinian fighters among the dead [in Operation Cast Lead.]

Correction (4/4/13): An article by Gideon Levy ("Deadly turning point," Haaretz, March 31) incorrectly quoted a Amnesty International report as saying that "92 Palestinian fighters were killed during Operation Cast Lead." This figure does not appear in the report.



Error (Ha'aretz Magazine, Gideon Levy, 1/21/05): Have you ever stopped for a moment next to a sign that leads to the Ofer camp, a euphemism for a mass detention facility in which about 800,000 Palestinians are now imprisoned, most of them without trial?

Correction (On Web site as of 1/28/05, not corrected in print): Have you ever stopped for a moment next to a sign that leads to the Ofer camp, a euphemism for a mass detention facility in which about 800 Palestinians are now imprisoned, most of them without trial?