In the latest blow to The Times' expired identity, the former Paper of Record refuses to set the facts straight on Jewish sovereignty in ancient Israel. The longest period of Jewish rule extended beyond three centuries, not 80 years.
NBC has corrected an erroneous reference to 3400-year-old pottery originating from "Palestine." The did not take on the name "Palestine" until more than 1500 years later.
Apparently emboldened by MSNBC's failure to broadcast a clarification debunking the grotesque falsehood that Israel is burning down Palestinian villages, host Mehdi Hasan moves on to a new libel: an Israeli sniper targeted a Palestinian child.
While CBC contorts itself to avoid stating that the newly uncovered Dead Sea scrolls were found in Israel, Al Hurra yesterday published a straightforward correction of its Arabic report.
CAMERA prompts correction of an NBC story which erroneously stated that newly uncovered Dead Sea Scrolls had been found in the West Bank. In fact, they were found within Israel's pre-1967 armistice line, or "Green Line."
i24 News commendably corrects an Arabic report which erred on the age of a recently recovered Byzantine era baptismal font by some 1000 years.