Atlanta Journal Constitution
(Atlanta Journal Constitution, Cox News article by Margaret Coker, 3/14/06): Israeli Gen. Yair Naveh said the assault on the prison was a move to bring terrorists to justice. The men are to be put on trial in Israel. He denied any link between the raid and the international team's action.
(3/24/06): A March 15 front page story about an Israeli incursion misstated the country's position on why troops raided a Palestinian prison in Jericho to apprehend militants being held there. In paraphrasing the comments of Israeli Gen. Yair Naveh, the article suggested that there was no link between Israel's raid and the earlier withdrawal from the prison of U.S. and British observers. In fact, Naveh and other Israeli officials said that the departure of the observers was the reason the military operation was launched.
(Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Craig Nelson, 11/22/05): ... the Labor Party's platform flatly rejects "the establishment of a Palestinian Arab state west of the Jordan River."
(12/2/05): A Nov. 22 front-page article about Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's plan to form a new political movement contained an incorrect reference to Sharon's current party, Likud. It should have said the Likud Party's platform flatly rejects "the establishment of a Palestinian Arab state west of the Jordan River."