Abraham Foxman joined the catfight of Israeli democracy vs new proposed legislation with a new article. This sparked a moderator-absent hatefest against the Jewish state unlike any we have seen about any other country on the Huffington Post or elsewhere. Mostly of the "Israel is not a democracy" kind leading up to the "Israel should not exist" sort. There were some informative posts like this one, in which the user didn't see anything anti-Semitic about singling about the Jews to be denied their national rights. But what I really wanted to call your attention to was this hypocrisy.
So first we have people moaning that Israel is not and cannot be a democracy because it is a Jewish state, a common claim that has been debunked many times but they still cling to it like a drowning man:
Nobody bats an eye or says a single word questioning if a Palestinian/Islamic state should exist. How do they expect us to believe that their criticism of Israel isn't rooted in anti-Semitism or anti-Jewish prejudice when their hypocrisy is right there on the Internet for everybody to see? Maybe someone can explain it to me because I really would like to know.