Following last week's New York Times correction of Megan Stack's Op-Ed falsely quoting Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant calling for the annihilation of the Gaza Strip, CAMERA has prompted additional corrections at NPR, Salt Lake Tribune and The Telegraph (London).
The New York Times corrected after erroneously quoting Barbara Leaf, the assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern affairs, as saying "civilian" casualties in Gaza might be higher than reported. She was referring to casualties in general.
The New York Times, Telegraph, Huffington Post, and Daily Caller have corrected or pulled an inaccurate quote of former Israeli ambassador Michael Oren.
CiF Watch, a CAMERA affiliate, has prompted a Guardian correction of an Op-Ed in which Michael Brull truncated a quote by Tzipi Livni, misrepresenting her description of the Palestinian view on settlements as her own view.
Alex Awad, the Dean of Students at Bethlehem Bible College, has agreed to remove a fake Ben Gurion quote from future DVDs of his presentation about the Arab-Israeli conflict.
CAMERA's Israeli staff prompts an unprecedent correction today at Ha'aretz. Akiva Eldar corrects his false claim that a Hebrew University poll found that 21 percent of settlers endorse the "use of arms" to resist settlement evacuations.
Gary Fields, an associate professor of communications at UC San Diego, "could not confirm the origin" of a quote he used to demonize Israel in the Tribune. That's because the quote, which was recently corrected by the New York Times and International Herald Tribune, is fabricated.
The Associated Press wrongly claimed that Hamas leader Mohammed Deif, in a July 2006 interview, called for Muslims to fight to liberate the West Bank. After CAMERA pointed out Deif was actually calling to "liberate" Israel in its entirety, the Associated Press published a correction.