The other day the Huffington Post published a blog article by Heather Robinson, the former senior writer for the New York Daily News with the atrociously clumsy title of, "Will $40 Million US Tax Dollars Subsidize UN Agency That Tolerates Teaching Martyrdom to Palestinian Kids?"
As you might expect, the article was complaining about US tax money being used to incite Palestinian children through the educational programs of UNRWA, examples of which can be found here. Robinson also talks about how Canada has changed it's $300 million funding for UNRWA to instead go to aid for food and a revamp of the Palestinian justice system, as well as Hillary Clinton and the organization "Palestinian Media Watch" speaking against the textbooks in 2007. I suggest you read the whole article.
So naturally, the anti-Zionist/pro-Palestinian crowd came out in force. They were quite vicious, perhaps because Robinson had hit a very vulnerable point for their "side" in three ways: (1) The Palestinians were doing something wrong. Incredibly wrong. Abusing a child to make him want to kill himself and others is about as low as you can go. (2) Robinson is calling for aid to the Palestinians to be shut off or redirected, something that AZs always hope will happen to Israel and (3) It does a lot of damage to those who claim that the Palestinians are doing all they can in pursuit of peace. How can the Palestinians be serious about a two-state solution when they continue to indoctrinate their kids with bloodlust? Of course, they cannot.
So the anti-Zionists had to respond, but they ran into some trouble: Robinson, Clinton, and Marcus were all correct. Palestinian indoctrination through the educational system and elsewhere continue to this day. It cannot be denied, though one poster did try to prove Robinson wrong. It didn't quite take.
So instead the AZs switched tactics to two main avenues: (1) Attacks on Robinson, Marcus, PMW, and other posters. (2) Off topic rants about Israel, Cast Lead, the blockade, or anything to try and deflect attention away from the actual topic of the article. This was sometimes combined with waving the bloody shirt.
That's enough from me. Anti-Semitism was not very prevalent on this thread, but I did want to record the comments, so you can see them for yourself.