"Israeli police have arrested three ultra-Orthodox Jewish suspects in connection with hate graffiti sprayed at the national Holocaust memorial and two Israeli army memorials.
The Netuerei Karta (and that's who these people were) are not "many," and the article does not actual make the connection. According to the article three ultra-Orthdoox Jews did this, and some ultra-Orthodox Jews don't think Israel should exist, but there is no connection between them."Many ultra-Orthodox Jews oppose the existence of Israel because they believe a Jewish state should not be established before the coming of the Messiah. A small number of extremists believe the myth that Israel's founders conspired with Hitler to bring about the Jewish state."
Contrast this with the coverage at Israel Hayom:
"The three, aged 18, 26 and 27, call themselves the "Palestine Jews." They confessed to the crimes and remarked that they had committed the act out of hatred toward the Zionist entity and the state."With such a skewed article it is no surprise that many of the comments defended the vandals and touched on anti-Semitism:
That's the Huffington Post for you.