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Corrected

Raveena Aulakh

Error (Toronto Star, Raveena Aulakh, 5/9/13): Celebrities from around the world have refused to perform in Israel in recent years as part of an effort to promote the Palestinian cause, including musicians Elvis Costello and Stevie Wonder, and Hollywood actors Bruce Willis and Meg Ryan.

Correction (5/24/13): A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that Meg Ryan refused to perform in Israel. In fact, Ryan has never boycotted Israel. A previous version also said Stevie Wonder refused to perform in Israel. In fact, Wonder cancelled a planned performance at a Los Angeles fundraising concert sponsored by the Friends of the Israel Defence Forces. He then said he would make a donation to organizations that support Israeli and Palestinian children with disabilities.



Error (Toronto Star, Raveena Aulakh, 5/8/13): Celebrities from around the world have refused to perform in Israel in recent years as part of an effort to promote the Palestinian cause, including musicians Elvis Costello and Stevie Wonder, and Hollywood actors Bruce Willis and Meg Ryan.

Correction (5/15/13): A May 9 article about physicist Stephen Hawking’s refusal to attend an Israeli conference in a show of support for a pro-Palestinian boycott stated that actor Bruce Willis is among celebrities around the world who have refused to perform in Israel in recent years in support of the Palestinian cause. In fact, Willis has never boycotted Israel.