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i24 News

Error (i24 News, 4/3/17): A leaked document purporting to be the new charter of Palestinian terror group Hamas, which calls creation of a Palestinian state based on pre-1967 lines with Jerusalem as its capital a "formula for a national concensus", but not renouncing its goal of seizing all of historical Palestine through violence.

Correction (11/2/17): A leaked policy document of the Palestinian terror group Hamas calls creation of a Palestinian state based on pre-1967 lines with Jerusalem as its capital a "formula for a national consensus" but not renouncing its goal of seizing all of historic Palestine through violence.

 
This article was amended on November 2, 2017 to clarify the new policy does not represent an alteration to the Hamas charter.


Error (i24 News, headline, 4/3/17): New Hamas charter to define 'enemy' as Zionists, not Jews …



Correction (11/2/17): New Hamas policy document to define 'enemy' as Zionists, not Jews …
 
This article was amended on November 2, 2017 to clarify the new policy does not represent an alteration to the Hamas charter.



Error (i24 News, AFP, 11/1/17): In May 2017, Hamas makes a major revision to its founding charter, easing its stance on Israel after having long called for its destruction

Correction (11/2/17):

In May 2017, Hamas makes a major policy revision to its founding charter, easing its stance on Israel after having long called for its destruction. …
 
This article was amended on November 2, 2017 to clarify that the May 2017 revision of Hamas' policy on Israel was not a revision to the group's founding charter.


Fact: The May 2017 policy document itself explicitly reaffirms Hamas' commitment to the liberation of Palestine, "from the river to the sea," meaning the destruction of Israel.



Error (i24 News, 8/21/16): The [Maccabee] task force funded a campaign called "Stop the Jew Hatred on Campus" this year, which was launched by the David Horowitz Freedom Center in Los Angeles and included hanging up posters on UC campuses listing "Jew haters" at the school -- a move condemned by some Jewish student groups.

Correction (8/31/16): The Maccabee Task Force denied any connection to the controversial posters, telling the Guardian that while it had approved a "modest grant" to the Horowitz Freedom Center "to focus on the true nature of pro-BDS organizations" its funding was not used in support of this particular campaign.

 
"The Maccabee Task Force does not believe that focusing on student activists who conduct themselves civilly is an appropriate or effective way to combat the BDS movement on campus," Maccabee Task Force executive director David Brog said. …
 
Editor's note: A previous version of this article stated that the Macabee [sic] Task Force provided funding for the "Stop the Jew Hatred on Campus" poster campaign. This article was amended on August 31 following a statement from the Macabee group clarifying that while it had approved a "modest grant" to the Horowitz Freedom Center, its funds were not used in support of the poster campaign.



Error (i24 News, headline, 9/2/14): UN: Israeli plan to annex W. Bank land "illegal"

 
Europe, US blast plan; move to annex hectares taken in response to killing of 3 Israeli youths


Correction (9/7/14): UN: Israeli plan to expropriate W. Bank land 'illegal'
 
Europe, US blast plan; move to expropriate 400 hectares is response to killing of three Israeli youths



Error (i24 News, Lily Galili, 6/30/14): They've been trying for decades to "settle in the hearts of all Israelis" and erase the distinction between those living inside the Green Line -- Israel's internationally recognized border -- and those beyond and to convey that life in the settlements is as normal as anywhere inside Israel.

Correction (6/30/14): They've been trying for decades to "settle in the hearts of all Israelis," and erase the distinction between those living inside the Green Line (the 1949 Israel–Jordan demarcation line) and those beyond, and to convey that life in the settlements is as normal as anywhere inside Israel.