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CAMERA Prompts IHT Corrections


In response to Patrick Seale's Oct. 28 Op-Ed in the International Herald Tribune in which he charged that murder is "an Israeli speciality perfected over the past several decades," CAMERA staff provided editors with detailed information about factual inaccuracies in the piece. As a result, today the paper published the following correction regarding some of those points:
 
Error (International Herald Tribune, Patrick Seale, Op-Ed, 10/28/06): The killing continues on a daily basis – by tank and sniper fire, by air and sea bombardment, and by undercover teams in civilian clothes sent into Arab territory to ambush and murder, an Israeli specialty perfected over the past several decade. . . . Five Israelis have been killed by these [Qassam] rocket attacks in the past six years.

Correction (11/08/06): An article on Oct. 28, "Israel's scandalous siege of Gaza," gave an incorrect number for the Israelis killed by rockets fired from Gaza. The correct number is nine. The article also misstated that Palestinians in Gaza have been bombed and killed "on a daily basis" since June 25. According to the Palestine Red Crescent Society, 347 Palestinians have been killed in that period in the West Bank and Gaza, but the casualties have not occurred on every day. 

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