Reuters, Haaretz and The Jerusalem Post correct headlines falsely reporting that Nasser Abu Hmeid died in Israeli prison, fueling unsubstantiated Palestinian charges of medical neglect.
UPDATE: After publishing a 'Palestine' map erasing Israel, Haaretz editors amend the caption to appropriately attribute the false designation wiping Israel off the map to Sarendib, an organization which draws inspiration from a Hamas mass murderer.
CAMERA prompts a Haaretz clarification after the English edition stated as fact that Israeli Arabs convicted of violent assaults during May 2021 riots received "disproportionate punishments," as opposed to attributing that claim to demonstrators, as the Hebrew edition rightly did.
Several hours after Tiran Fero's family reported that Palestinian gunmen killed the Israeli Druze high schooler by unhooking his ventilator in a Jenin hospital, leading media outlets continued to ignore their account. And then CAMERA stepped in.
Haaretz's English edition commendably clarifies after misleadingly reporting that Palestinians resided in Masafer Yatta, a disputed area in the southern Hebron hills, "for generations."
Haaretz's English edition commendably corrects after having erroneously referred to Amir Bedas, an Israeli Arab killed by an explosive device, as "Palestinian."
With great certainty and little accuracy, Haaretz's editorial posits that the citizenship law preventing West Bank Palestinians from obtaining citizenship through marriage applies only when the spouse is an Arab citizens of Israel. In fact, the law equally applies to the few Israeli Jews who marry West Bank Palestinians.
A headline in Haaretz's English edition misquotes Haim Rubovitch and the accompanying article mangles a Moshe Yaalon quote with a long history of rampant misreporting followed by notable corrections.
Haaretz is the second media outlet to correct in recent days after publishing the unfounded claim that elderly Palestinian-American Omar As'ad died while in Israeli military custody. In fact, the timing of his death is unclear, with no evidence that he died while in IDF custody.
Haaretz's English edition today commendably amends two reports which whitewashed the crimes of Pakistani terrorist Aafia Siddiqui as "alleged," when in fact she was convicted of attempted murder in 2010.