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Corrected

Negotiations

Error (AFP, 2/15/17): In 1988, then Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat unveiled a declaration of independence which, for the first time, referred to "two states for two peoples."

 
This recognition is endorsed by the Palestine Liberation Organisation, which includes most Palestinian movements.


Correction (2/15/17): In 1988, then Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat unveiled a declaration of independence which for the first time talked of two states.
 
This recognition is endorsed by the Palestine Liberation Organisation, which includes most Palestinian movements.



Error (Haaretz, Jack Khoury and Reuters, 3/10/14): Benjamin Netanyahu has been Israel's first prime minister to make recognition of his country as a Jewish state a requirement for peace.

Correction (3/12/14): An article in Ha'aretz ("Arab League backs Abbas' refusal to recognize Israel as a Jewish state," Jack Khoury and Reuters, March 10), incorrectly stated that Benjamin Netanyahu was the first Israeli prime minister to demand Palestinian recognition of Israel as the Jewish state as a condition to peace talks. In fact, a similar demand was made by Ehud Olmert.



Error (BBC World Service, Newshour, Lyse Doucet, 8/2/13): "And yet we’ve never heard Mr. Netanyahu describe [Mahmoud Abbas] as a partner for peace.”

Correction (Clarification appended to Web site): Clarification: In this interview we gave the impression that Mr Netanyahu has not called Mr Abbas a ‘partner for peace’ when he has done so previously.

Fact: See details here.



Error (Washington Post, Liz Sly and Ernesto Londono, 5/20/11): Obama was also up against the disappointments generated in the wake of his much-touted 2009 Cairo speech, in which he pledged to redouble U.S. efforts to seek a solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, only to give up the undertaking once it floundered on Israeli intransigence.



Correction (5/28/11): A May 20 Page One article about the response in the Arab world to President Obama's May 19 speech on the Middle East attributed the foundering of Obama's first effort to mediate a solution in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict to Israeli intransigence. The article should have made clear that multiple factors caused the effort to fail.