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Sudarsan Raghavan

Error (Washington Post, Sudarsan Raghavan, 7/30/14): In 2000, the second Palestinian intifada, or uprising, erupted in protest of Israel's occupation and expansion of settlements.

Correction (8/5/14): A July 30 A-section article on Palestinians in the West Bank who are separated from relatives in the Gaza Strip incorrectly reported that Israel imposed a "total" blockade on Gaza in 2007. Israel restricts, but does not completely prohibit, the movement of goods, resources and people between its territory and Gaza. The article also incorrectly said that the second Palestinian intifada, or uprising, in 2000 was a response to the Israeli occupation and expansion of settlements. While those were long-standing factors that contributed to Palestinian grievances against Israel, there were multiple triggers for the uprising, and whether it was spontaneous or planned is the subject of debate.



Error (Washington Post, Sudarsan Raghavan, 7/30/14): After Hamas seized control of Gaza in 2007, Israel imposed a total blockade of the strip.

Correction (8/5/14): A July 30 A-section article on Palestinians in the West Bank who are separated from relatives in the Gaza Strip incorrectly reported that Israel imposed a"total" blockade on Gaza in 2007. Israel restricts, but does not completely prohibit, the movement of goods, resources and people between its territory and Gaza. The article also incorrectly said that the second Palestinian intifada, or uprising, in 2000 was a response to the Israeli occupation and expansion of settlements. While those were long-standing factors that contributed to Palestinian grievances against Israel, there were multiple triggers for the uprising, and whether it was spontaneous or planned is the subject of debate.



Error (Washington Post, Sudarsan Raghavan and Islam Abdel Kareem, 12/29/08): "The leaders of Israel and the leaders of Hamas are to blame. This is the reality," said Taha Hussein, 43, from the West Bank town of Nazareth. "Both sides are wrong."

Correction (12/31/08): A Dec. 29 Page One article incorrectly described Nazareth as part of the West Bank. It is an Israeli town north of the West Bank.