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Times of Israel Fixes Reference to Most Recent Fatal Attack


After communications from CAMERA, The Times of Israel amended two stories that had incorrectly described the most recent fatal Palestinian terror attack.
 
The stories, which broke the news of the suspected kidnapping of three Israeli teenagers, had initially stated that "the most recent fatal attack had been the November 2013 stabbing murder of 19-year-old soldier Eden Atias," who was stabbed while sleeping on a bus.
 
An updated story now adds that Baruch Mizrachi was killed more recently, in April 2014:
There have been several terror-related incidents over the past few months.
 
In April, Baruch Mizrahi, a 47-year-old father of five was gunned down while driving to Passover seder outside the West Bank city of Hebron.
 
In November 2013, 19-year-old soldier Eden Atias was stabbed by a Palestinian teenager during a bus ride in the northern town of Afula.
CAMERA commends The Times of Israel for quickly updating its stories in a busy news cycle.

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