(Ha'aretz, Barak Ravid, 5/9/13): The rioting ensued Tuesday after the police allowed some 200 Jews to enter the Temple Mount to pray in honor of Jerusalem Day.
(5/16/13): Due to a translation error, two recent articles ("Jordan grills Israeli ambassador following Temple Mount rioting," May 9, and "Women of Wall, Haredi girls to face off at Kotel," May 10) incorrectly stated that police allowed Jewish worshippers to enter the Temple Mount to pray. By Israeli law, Jews are not permitted to pray on the Temple Mount.
(Ha'aretz, Chaim Levinson and Barak Ravid, 1/14/13): The evacuation -- which involved about 500 police and Israel Defense Forces soldiers -- was carried out despite a temporary injunction issued by the High Court of Justice preventing the state from evacuating the encampment for six days, pending deliberations.
(2/7/13): In the article "Troops evacuate Palestinians from E-1 tent protest despite court injunction," by Chaim Levinson and Barak Ravid, it should have been made clear that the court injunction referred to tents rather than the protesters.