The Huffington Post couldn't wait to get their hands on another Israel hit piece, nor could they get enough of the already controversial material before spinning the headline:
And, obviously, no one has to give the police access to their email account. But if they want to come into the country, they have to. One of the Huffington Posters pointed out that America has all foreigners fingerprinted when they come into the country, among other things. But don't bother the Huffington Posters with inconvenient facts.
As for the Huffington Post, I'm sure you can only imagine the hate parade that followed. Most of the commentators didn't even read the story, as they seemed to think that everyone's email was being checked and that anyone could be booted out or arrested, including Israeli citizens. So it goes without saying that a lot of people were simply waiting for this article to confirm their prejudices against Israel:
I for one am highly doubtful that if it had been any other country with a new kind of screening process that there would be over 800 comments of hatred.