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Corrected

Huffington Post

Error (Huffington Post, Hani Almadhoun, Op-Ed, 9/5/17): According to one report, there are 75 percent fewer trucks bringing food and other supplies into Gaza. That's 2,000 truckloads this year vs 8,000 in the same period of the previous year. This is an indicated of two things: a drop on demand due to a reduced amount of aid, and tougher economic realities.

Correction (9/7/17): [all of the above deleted]



Error (Huffington Post, Hani Almadhoun, Op-Ed, 9/5/17): Here are some dark numbers for you: 80 percent of Gaza residents live under the poverty line …

Correction (9/8/17): Here are some dark numbers for you: nearly 40 percent of Gaza's residents live below the poverty line …



Error (HuffPost Arabi, 5/22/17): "The first is the fact that the Zionist dream would not have been complete without the reunification of Jerusalem," Lapid told the British Observer in the Knesset (Israel's parliament).

"My father was the most secular person you would ever meet in your life, and he was a devoted atheist. After World War II in Europe, he decided to come to this land, not go to the United States or the United Kingdom. He did not come here because of the future commercial buildings in Tel Aviv, but because of his passion for the Tower of the Citadel and the Wall of Buraq, and his desire to connect with the prophets' places: Jeremiah, Isaiah and Ezekiel."



Correction (6/1/17): "My father was the most secular person you would ever meet in your life, and he was a devoted atheist. After World War II in Europe, he decided to come to this land, not go to the United States or the United Kingdom. He did not come here because of the future commercial buildings in Tel Aviv, but because of his longing for the Tower of the Citadel and the Western wall (Wall of Buraq), and his desire to connect with the places of the prophets: Jeremiah, Isaiah and Ezekiel."



Error (HuffPost Arabi, 5/22/17): People [Israelis] are divided between those who believe that all the land captured by Israel in 1967 should be given to the Arabs in exchange with peace, as it did with Egypt and planned with Syria, versus the politically strong right-wingers who support the building of settlements and who envision Israel extending from the Nile to the Euphrates, as the undisputed promised land.

Correction (6/1/17): People are divided among those who believe in the return of land captured in 1967 in exchange for peace, as it did with Egypt and planned with Syria, and between the extreme right-wing, pro-settlement and dominant in politics.



Error (HuffPost Arabi, (Arabic), 5/22/17): For the first time in history, an aircraft coming from an Arab country landed in Israel, where US President Donald Trump's plane arrived at Ben-Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv on a direct flight from Saudi Arabia.

Correction (5/23/17): For the first time in history, a plane coming from Saudi Arabia landed in Israel, when US President Donald Trump's direct flight from Riyadh arrived at Ben-Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv.

 
A previous version of this article that Trump's flight was the first from an Arab country to Israel. It was corrected to state "for the first time a plane coming from Riyadh to Israel."



Error (Huffington Post UK, Paul Vale, 7/1/14): The deaths [of the three Israeli teens] let to a night of bombing by the Israeli Air Force, after Netanyahu promised Hamas would pay for the killings.

Correction (7/2/14): The Israeli Air Force has continued with airstrikes targeting the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip, in retaliation for militant rocket attacks launched against Jewish communities in southern Israel over the past two days.



Error (Huffington Post UK, headline, 7/1/14): Murdered Israeli Teens Given Joint Funeral As Aistrikes Against West Bank Continue

Correction (7/2/14): Murdered Israeli Teens Given Joint Funeral As Airstrikes Against Gaza Continue