Times of Israel clarifies headlines which failed to make clear that a clip shared by Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir showing Israeli pilots opposed to the judicial overhaul refusing to extend help to soldiers supporting the plan was staged.
In response to communication from CAMERA, Times of Israel and Al Hurra amend their coverage on Omar Kattin, killed in unclear circumstances last week as settlers rampaged in Turmas Ayya, to note that Hamas claimed his as its "martyred hero."
Ashraf Ibrahim, killed in a gunbattle with Israeli troops, was a Palestinian intelligence officer. He also moonlighted as a fighter with the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, a designated terrorist organization affiliated with Fatah. News stories reported the former work while leaving out the latter.
While Times of Israel and BBC Arabic commendably improved their respective articles after initially failing to report that slain Palestinian teen Jibril Muhammad Ladaa was a Hamas fighter, Haaretz, Reuters and AFP have yet to add the key information.
In his life before his death, Adnan Khader had plenty to say on the question of using the body as "a tool to achieve change," as the New York Times put it. None of it, though, was in Gandhi's nonviolent spirit.
In an otherwise informative article about the Israeli navy's efforts to block Hamas' smuggling of weapons into the Gaza Strip, CAMERA prompts clarification about the impact of Israel's naval blockade on the livelihood of Gaza fishermen. Since the blockade was imposed, the fishermen's haul has increased, according to Palestinian figures.
After initially burying Iran's reported presence in the Kafar Sousah neighborhood, Times of Israel gives more prominent coverage to the area's security and intelligence installations.
CAMERA prompts Deutsche Welle corrections on two key geographical basics: First, Israel's capital is Jerusalem, not Tel Aviv. Second, the Jewish temples' location on the Temple Mount is an archeological fact, not a matter of faith.
Times of Israel corrects after misidentifying Jerusalem bomber Eslam Froukh as an Israeli Arab. A resident of east Jerusalem who murdered two civilians in the Nov. 23 double-bombing, he does not have Israeli citizenship.
In response to communication from CAMERA, Times of Israel amends an Agence France Presse article claiming that the Israeli-led blockade has "suffocated" the Gaza Strip's fishing industry, commendably adding data demonstrating that the fishermen's catch has significantly grown in the last 15 years.