The other day on the HP an article was published talking about a group of Catholic bishops who disagreed with Israel's policies in regards to Jerusalem, and said that they though there should be more interactions between ordinary Israelis and Palestinians. They also called for a Palestinian state alongside Israel, and for peace. All in all, not really all that much to ask, though by HP talkbacker standards they didn't go far enough. The anti-Zionist talkbackers liked to claim that the Catholics were speaking out against "Israeli oppression," and so they were quick to defend them. And attacks on the Catholics came as well: Mostly accusing them of being hypocrites, citing the church's policy on birth control (among others) as well as Pope Pius XII, who many people felt didn't do enough to stop the Nazis during the Second World War.
Most of the comments of note on this thread were simply attacks on Israel and attacks on pro-Israel posters. I also noticed that the "hasbara" ad hominem made its triumphant return among some of the anti-Israel commentators. I guess it was too much to see the end of it.