The BBC on Sunday apologized for a headline it published when reporting on a Palestinian attack in Jerusalem on Friday, admitting that its focus on the three slain assailants, rather than the Israeli victim, was inappropriate. "We accept that our original headline did not appropriately reflect the nature of the events and subsequently changed it,” BBC said in a statement. “Whilst there was no intention to mislead our audiences, we regret any offense caused.” The British news service’s preliminary reporting on the attack that killed Border Police Staff Sgt. Hadas Malka, 23, was headlined “Three Palestinians killed after deadly stabbing in Jerusalem.” The headline angered many in Israel, reportedly including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu himself. Ynet reported that he instructed Foreign Ministry Director General Yuval Rotem to strongly protest the BBC coverage, which the Israeli embassy in London promptly did.