After twice this year failing to correct false references to Jesus as either Palestinian or living in Palestine, The New York Times has finally come through with a stealth correction after an additional item falsely stated that the revered figure lived in Palestine.
Haaretz's English edition commendably amends a report which stated as fact an unverified claim by Christian leaders alleging rising Israeli violence against clergy.
CAMERA prompts Newsweek and AFP corrections after they wrongly reported that a bill, now shelved, would have allowed for Israel's expropriation of church lands. In fact, it would have allowed for the expropriation of land that the church sold to private investors.
The Catholic Near East Welfare Association has removed a deceptive graphic about the population of Christians in Israel and replaced it with a more accurate one.
Christian Century has, without fanfare, removed the name of its former editor, James M. Wall, from the masthead of the print version of its magazine. From 2012 to 2015, Wall served on the editorial board of an antisemitic website, Veterans News Now.
Catholic welfare association misinforms its supporters about Christian population in Israel.
CAMERA prompts a series of corrections in a Christian Science Monitor blog on topics ranging from "Palestine" terminology to "new Israeli settlements" and the location of top-level Egyptian-Israeli meetings.
CAMERA's Washington office prompts correction of a Washington Post article which erroneously referred to "the gradual disappearance of the Christian community in Israel and Palestine." Israel's Christian population is growing.