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Times of Israel

Error (Times of Israel, AFP and ToI staff, 9/5/17): In 2013, the Israeli Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Jewish claimants, who subsequently sold the property on to unspecified owners.

Correction (9/24/17): In 2013, the Israeli Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Jewish claimants, who subsequently sold the property on to unspecified owners. The court determined that the Shamasnehs were unable to prove residency prior to 1968, as is required in order to receive “protected tenant” status. Rather, while the family claimed to have been resident since 1964 — though not always with a lease — the Israeli judiciary found they had been resident since 1972.



Error (Times of Israel, AFP and ToI staff, 9/5/17): Fahamiya Shamasneh, 75, told AFP that police arrived before dawn ordering her, her sick husband Ayoub, 84, their son and his family out of the house in the upscale Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, where the couple lived for 53 years.

Correction (9/24/17): Fahamiya Shamasneh, 75, told AFP that police arrived before dawn ordering her, her sick husband Ayoub, 84, their son and his family out of the house in the upscale Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, where she said they had lived for 53 years.



Error (Times of Israel, AFP and ToI staff, 9/5/17): Israeli police on Tuesday evicted a Palestinian family from the East Jerusalem home in which they lived for over half a century …

Correction (9/24/17): Israeli police on Tuesday evicted a Palestinian family from the East Jerusalem home in which they lived for decades …



Error (Times of Israel, headline, 9/5/17): Palestinian family evicted from East Jerusalem home after decades

Correction (9/24/17): Palestinian family evicted from East Jerusalem home after decades



Error (Times of Israel, Raoul Wootliff and Dov Lieber, 8/2/17): Tensions between Jerusalem and Amman ramped up recently after an Israeli guard at the embassy in Amman killed two Jordanians, apparently after he was attacked by one of them.

Correction (8/2/17): Tensions between Jerusalem and Amman ramped up recently after an Israeli guard at the embassy in Amman killed two Jordanians, after he was attacked by one of them.



Error (Times of Israel, Sue Surkes, 7/12/17): But the cultural boycott campaign against Israel has had mixed success. Stevie Wonder, Carlos Santana and Lauryn Hill have scrapped shows, but Santana then played in Israel last summer and plenty of other major names have performed in recent years, among them Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, Elton John, Lady Gaga, Bon Jovi and Britney Spears. The iconic US rock band Guns N’ Roses is due to perform on July 15.

Correction (7/12/17): The cultural boycott campaign against Israel has had mixed success. Stevie Wonder backed out of a Friends of the IDF benefit concert in Los Angeles, and Lauryn Hill scrapped an Israel show, but numerous major names have performed in Israel in recent years, among them Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, Santana, Elton John, Lady Gaga, Bon Jovi and Britney Spears. The iconic US rock band Guns N’ Roses is due to perform on July 15.



Error (Times of Israel, Jessica Steinberg, 5/18/17): On the one hand are the thousands who attend the annual city march, parading with Israeli flags through downtown Jerusalem and into the Old City and Muslim Quarter, where some of them taunt Arab residents confined to their homes by a police-enforced curfew.

Correction (5/29/17): On the one hand are the thousands who attend the annual city march, parading with Israeli flags through downtown Jerusalem and into the Old City and Muslim Quarter, where some of them taunt Arab residents who are de facto confined to their homes.



Error (Times of Israel, 1/23/17): According to Palestinian reports, the death toll reached 150, though the IDF estimated the number to be closer to 40.

Correction (1/23/17): According to Palestinian reports, the death toll reached approximately 120, though the IDF estimated the number to be closer to 40.



Error (Times of Israel, 12/22/16): The United Nations, as well as the US and most of the international community, maintains that settlements are illegal.

Correction (12/22/16): The United Nations and most of the international community maintain that settlements are illegal. … The US considers them illegitimate and an impediment to peace.



Error (Times of Israel, AFP, 11/30/16): In October 2015, a wave of violence broke out across Israel and the Palestinian territories.

Correction (12/4/16): Since October 2015, a wave of Palestinian terrorism and violence has seen 36 Israelis, two Americans and an Eritrean national killed in stabbing, car-ramming and shooting attacks. According to AFP figures, some 238 Palestinians, a Jordanian and a Sudanese migrant have also been killed, most of them in the course of carrying out attacks, Israel says, and many of the others in clashes with troops in the West Bank and at the Gaza border, as well as in Israeli airstrikes in the Strip.



Error (Times of Israel, 9/9/16): But later on Friday evening army officials said troops were not operating in the area where the Palestinian teen was killed.

Correction (9/12/16): Later, the IDF said that while troops were in the area, they used tear gas only to counter violence across the border, and not live fire. “Dozens of rioters breached the buffer zone and attempted to damage the security (border) fence. … Forces stationed at the border used tear gas that led to the dispersal of the riot. Following a preliminary review, the Israel Defense Forces did not conduct the reported shooting,” said a military statement quoted by Reuters. …

 
This article was updated on September 12 to include that the IDF said its forces were in the area, and used tear gas, not live fire, in the incident.



Error (Times of Israel, subheadline, 9/9/16): Palestinian sources say army shot at rioters near Gaza Strip fence, but the military says no troops were operating in the area

Correction (9/12/16): Palestinian sources say army shot at rioters near Gaza Strip fence; the military says it used tear gas, not live fire



Error (Times of Israel, Avi Issacharoff and Judah Ari Gross, 5/22/16): The move to freeze some imports in April caused a shutdown in construction in the Gaza Strip and sent unemployment and the cost of cement skyrocketing. The UN’s Palestinian refugee agency said Sunday that the unemployment rate in the Gaza Strip was 41.2% in the Gaza Strip in the first quarter of 2016.

Correction (5/22/16): The move to freeze some imports in April caused a shutdown in construction in the Gaza Strip and raised the unemployment rate as well as the cost of cement.



Error (Times of Israel, Dov Lieber, 7/10/16): Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry made a rare visit to Tel Aviv Sunday …

Correction (7/12/16): Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry made a rare visit to Jerusalem Sunday …



Error (Times of Israel, subheadline, 7/10/16): Trip to Tel Aviv by Sameh Shoukry intended to help Cairo push forward peace initiatives …

Correction (7/12/16): Trip to Jerusalem by Sameh Shoukry intended to help Cairo push forward peace initiatives …



Error (Times of Israel, headline, 1/4/16): Attorney general to probe Education Ministry's book ban

Correction (1/4/16): Attorney General to probe book's blackball



Error (Times of Israel, headline, 10/7/15): Settlers shoot, wound Palestinian teen in clash

Correction (10/7/15): Israelis shoot at mob assailing Jewish woman, injure Palestinian



Error (Times of Israel, 10/3/15): According to the Palestinian source, the child was standing by the road when an Israel [sic] driver stopped, shot him and fled, the Israeli news website Ynet reported.

Correction (10/6/15): The Palestinian source initially claimed he was shot by an Israeli driver. It later transpired that the child and a friend had been playing with a gun when it went off



Error (Times of Israel, headline, 10/3/15): Palestinian child said shot by Israeli driver in West Bank

Correction (10/6/15): Palestinian child shot while playing with gun



Error (Times of Israel, Times staff, 4/29/15): Israel's aid team to the earthquake-battered Himalyan nation of Nepal is the largest in manpower of any international aid mission.

Correction (5/4/15): Israel's aid team to the earthquake-battered Himalayan nation of Nepal is one of the largest in manpower of any international aid mission. . .

This article was updated on May 4 to include figures on the Indian disaster response force, the largest sent by any country.



Error (Times of Israel, headline, 4/29/15): Israel's aid team to Nepal larger than any other country's

Correction (5/4/15): Israel’s aid team to Nepal among the largest

 
This article was updated on May 4 to include figures on the Indian disaster response force, the largest sent by any country.



Error (Times of Israel, headline, 4/21/15): In first, Arab slain by Jews added to terror victims monument

Correction (4/21/15): Slain Palestinian teen added to terror victims monument



Error (Times of Israel, Photo caption, 11/26/14): Palestinian supporters of the Islamic Jihad movement take part in an anti-Israel protest against the recent visits by Jewish activists to al-Aqsa mosque, in Khan Younis, southern Gaza Strip, November 7, 2014 [photo credit: Abed Rahim Khatib/Flash 90]

Correction (11/26/14): Palestinian supporters of Islamic Jihad take part in an anti-Israel protest against the recent visits by Jewish activists to the Temple Mount compound, in Khan Younis, southern Gaza Strip, November 7, 2014