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Guardian

Error (Guardian, Orlando Crowcroft, 6/17/14): A Facebook page calling for Israel to kill one Palestinian an hour until the three teenagers are returned has received more than 18,000 “likes” since it was set up on 13 June.

Correction (Online as of 6/18/14): A Facebook page calling for Israel to kill one Palestinian terrorist an hour until the three teenagers are returned has received more than 18,000 “likes” since it was set up on 13 June.



Error (Guardian, headline, 6/13/14): Israelis launch search around Hebron after three teenage settlers go missing

Correction (6/16/14): Israelis launch search around Hebron after three teenagers go missing



Error (Guardian, Peter Beaumont, 6/13/14): Israeli security forces have launched a mass search of the Hebron hills after three teenage settlers, one believed to be a US citizen, were reported missing amid fears that they may gave [sic] been kidnapped by a Palestinian group.

Correction (6/16/14): Israeli security forces have launched a mass search of the Hebron hills after three teenagers, one believed to be a US citizen, were reported missing amid fears they may gave [sic] been kidnapped by a Palestinian group.



Error (Guardian, Harriet Sherwood and Dan Roberts, 3/2/14): …the failure of an Aipac-supported effort to pass legislation blocking Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran has led to a reassessment of the fabled ability of its lobbyists to wield a veto over US policy when it comes to matters of Israeli security.

Correction: But the failure of Aipac to garner enough support in the Senate to oppose the Obama administration over its  nuclear deal with Iran has led to a reassessment of the fabled ability of its lobbyists to wield a veto over US policy when it comes to matters of Israeli security.



Error (Guardian, Op-Ed, Michael Brull, 11/26/13): Livni knows perfectly well why Israel builds settlements. In another candid moment, she explained that “the Israel policy is to take more and more land day after day and that at the end of the day we’ll say that it is impossible we already have the land and cannot create the state.”

Correction (11/26/13): This article was amended on 26 November 2013. An earlier version omitted the following words from the start of a quote from Tzipi Livni: "I understand the sentiments of the Palestinians when they see the settlements being built. The meaning from the Palestinian perspective is that . . . "



Error (Guardian, Harriet Sherwood, 10/13/13): [Tamer] Za’anin, who had been denied permission by Israel to visit her husband in prison since his conviction for membership of the militant organisation Islamic Jihad just a few months after their marriage, consulted [the fertility doctor] by phone.

Correction (10/15/13): Za’anin, who had been denied permission by Israel to visit her husband in prison since his conviction on four counts of aiding in attempted murder and for membership of the militant organisation Islamic Jihad just a few months after their marriage, consulted him by phone.



Error (Guardian, photo caption, 9/21/13): Palestinian men shout and chant anti-Israel slogans after scores of Jewish settlers, backed by Israeli security forces, stormed the compound of al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem for Yom Kippur on 13 September

Correction (Online as of 9/25/13): Palestinian men shout anti-Israel slogans during a protest in Gaza on 13 September after restrictions were imposed on Muslims attending Friday prayers at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa compound.

Error (Guardian, Harriet Sherwood, 1/13/13): On Saturday evening, Netanyahu demanded the Israeli supreme court overturn an injunction preventing the removal of the protesters, and ordered the area to be declared a closed military zone. . . .

The activists sought legal protection from the supreme court, which granted an injunction against eviction and gave the state of Israel up to six days to respond.



Correction (1/17/13): On Saturday evening, Netanyahu demanded the Israeli supreme court overturn an injunction preventing the removal of the tents, and ordered the area to be declared a closed military zone. . . .

This article was amended on 14 January and 17 January 2013. Activists were detained but not formally arrested. In addition a sub-heading and text were amended to make clear the Supreme Court injunction referred to tents rather than the protesters. This has been corrected.



Error (Guardian, subheadline, 1/13/13): Israeli military detain activists in early morning swoop on Bab al-Shams encampment despite supreme court ruling

Correction (1/17/13): Israeli military detain activists in early morning swoop on Bab al-Shams . . .

This article was amended on 14 January and 17 January 2013. Activists were detained but not formally arrested. In addition a sub-heading and text were amended to make clear the Supreme Court injunction referred to tents rather than the protesters. This has been corrected.



Error (Guardian, Harriet Sherwood, 1/13/13): According to activists, a large military force surrounded the encampment at around 3am. All protesters were arrested and six were injured, said Abir Kopty. . . .

Palestinian legislator Mustafa Barghouti, who was was among those arrested, said the eviction was "proof that the Israeli government operates an apartheid system."

Correction (Online as of 1/15/13): This article was amended on 14 January 2013. Activists were detained but not formally arrested. This has been corrected.



Error (Guardian, Harriet Sherwood, 12/28/12): Meanwhile, Israel is to allow construction materials to enter Gaza from next week for the first time since 2007. Despite easing its blockade of the enclave two and a half years ago, it has continued to ban the import of almost all construction materials, such as cement and steel, saying they could be used for military purposes.

Correction (Online as of 1/7/13): This article was amended on 7 January 2013. The original said that “Israel is to allow construction materials to enter Gaza from next week for the first time since 2007. To clarify: limited quantities of building materials, for UN sponsored projects, were allowed to enter Gaza during that time, as was made clear in the next sentence.



Error (Guardian, Hanan Ashrawi, Op-Ed, 11/29/12): Take a recent decision by Israel to approve 100 new homes for its Jewish citizens in the illegal settlement of Gilo, when the Israeli army was bombarding and shelling Gaza.

Correction (12/21/12): This article was amended on 21 December 2012. The original referred to a "recent decision by Israel to approve 100 new homes for its Jewish citizens in the illegal settlement of Gilo". This has been corrected. While it is highly unlikely that they will be occupied by anyone other than Jewish citizens because of the social and political context, the homes will not be sold on the basis of ethnicity.



Error (Guardian, Phoebe Greenwood, 7/23/12): As recently as 8 June, [Catherine Ashton] issued a statement deploring Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu's decision to build an additional 800 settlements in occupied territory -- compensation for the 17 Israeli families the country's high court had ordered to be removed from the Migron settlement.

Correction (Posted online as of 7/24/12): This article was amended on 24 July 2012. The original said Binyamin Netanyahu had decided to build an additional 800 settlements in occupied territory. This has been corrected to 800 homes.



Error (Guardian, Sarah Irving, travel piece, 11/18/11): Israeli border authorities control all routes into the West Bank and Gaza.

Correction (12/15/11): Granted, tourism to Palestine still faces many challenges, not least the Israeli border authorities who control all routes into the West Bank. . . .

This article was amended on 15 December 2011. The original said the Israeli border authorities controlled all routes into the West Bank and Gaza. This has been corrected.



Error (Guardian, Patrick Seale, 7/3/06): Qassam rockets being fired from Gaza "have so far not killed anyone..."

Correction: (7/7/2006): We said in error in a column that the homemade rockets launched from northern Gaza into Israel had not so far killed anyone (Anything but negotiation, page 29, July 3). In fact 13 deaths have been recorded, according to various sources.



Error (Guardian, Sarah Crown, 3/18/03): British Airways today announced that all its flights to Israelís capital, Tel Aviv, will be cancelled from Thursday, and will remain suspended until further notice.

Correction (Posted on Web site as of 3/21/03): British Airways today announced that all its flights to Tel Aviv, Israel, will be cancelled from Thursday, and will remain suspended until further notice.