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Error (NBCNews.com, Vivian Salama, 11/15/17): An Israeli-Saudi alliance would also be vastly unpopular on the Arab street given the ongoing occupation of the West Bank and Gaza.

Correction (11/20/17): An Israeli-Saudi alliance would also be vastly unpopular on the Arab street given Israel's actions in the West Bank and Gaza.



Error (NBC News Web site, Cassandra Vinograd, Lawajez Jabari and Paul Goldman, 10/14/15 ): Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu slammed the sea of misinformation and misrepresentation — but himself got the facts wrong, saying a Jewish child had been killed instead of injured — in an impassioned speech telling Palestinian authorities to "stop lying" and inciting violence.

 
"An Arab boy fatally wounds a Jewish child and after that the security forces stop him and prevent him from continuing on a stabbing spree and he becomes a martyr supposedly executed unjustly?" Netanyahu told the Knesset.


Correction (10/19/15): Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slammed the sea of misinformation and misrepresentation in an impassioned speech telling Palestinian authorities to "stop lying" and inciting violence.

"An Arab boy critically wounds a Jewish child and after that the security forces stop him and prevent him from continuing on a stabbing spree and he becomes a martyr supposedly executed unjustly?" Netanyahu told the Knesset.
 
EDITORS NOTE: An earlier version of this article reported that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told lawmakers that an Arab boy had fatally wounded a Jewish child. That was based on an English translation of Netanyahu's speech posted on his official website. However, the Hebrew translation reflects Netanyahu did not say a Jewish child was killed but rather critically injured. The story below has been updated to reflect that.