CAMERA prompts corrections at Business Insider, along with Israeli media outlets Times of Israel and i24 News, which had erroneously reported that Israeli Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit determined that a planned pre-election visit to Israel by Pfizer's Albert Bourla would constitute prohibited election propaganda.
CAMERA Arabic prompts correction of an i-24 Arabic report which erroneously stated that Ahlam Tamimi was merely "accused" of participating in the Sbarro bombing. In fact, she was convicted and also boasts of her role in the deadly 2001 terror attack.
i24 News commendably corrects an Arabic report which erred on the age of a recently recovered Byzantine era baptismal font by some 1000 years.
Media outlets largely ignored last night's infiltration of armed Palestinians from Gaza into southern Israel as world leaders are set to convene at Jerusalem's World Holocaust Forum. Reuters falsely reported an "attempt[ed]" infiltration, when in fact the assailants were hundreds of meters inside Israeli territory.
CAMERA prompts corrections to two separate i24 News article which incorrectly depicted Hamas' May 2017 policy document as a "new charter" or as revisions to its founding charter, which calls for Israel's destruction.
Several media outlets, citing CNN, incorrectly reported that Israel's aid delegation to Nepal was the largest of any country's. In fact, India sent the largest team. CAMERA prompted corrections at the Times of Israel, Algemeiner and i24news.
CAMERA's Israel office prompts correction of a headline at i24 News which erroneously referred to the "annexation" of West Bank land.
CAMERA's Israel office prompts correction of an article posted on i24 News which incorrectly identified the Green Line as "Israel's internationally recognized border." In fact, it is an armistice line.