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Economist

Error (Economist, 11/24/16): Arabic songs were banned from Israeli radio for several decades.

Correction (11/29/16): A previous version of this explainer asserted that Arabic songs were banned from Israeli radio. While there was no official ban, some radio stations did not play Arabic music. The text has been updated.



Error (The Economist, book review, 5/3/14): One of the most fanatical settlements, Kochav Yair, is named after [pre-state Lehi leader Avrahim "Yair" Stern].

Correction (5/8/14): In an earlier version of this article we mistakenly identified Kochav Yair as a fanatical settlement named after Stern. This was incorrect. Kochav Yair is neither a settlement nor fanatical; it is on the Israeli side of the "green line". This was changed on May 8th 2014.



Error (Economist, 11/25/13): Meanwhile, a poll of American Jews by the Anti-Defamation League early this month found that if Israel were to carry out a military strike against Iran, 48% thought American should take a "neutral" position, while just 40% would favour supporting Israel.

Correction (As of 12/5/13): We initially stated that the poll by the Anti-Defamation League was of Jewish Americans. In fact, the poll was based on a random sampling of all Americans. That section of the post has been changed. Sorry.



Error (Economist, 5/4/13): So far this year, Israel's army has evicted almost 400 Palestinians from the West Bank and dismantled over 200 homes...

Correction (Online update): So far this year Israel's army has evicted almost 400 Palestinian West Bankers from their homes in Area C...