Even by our standards, this post by anti-Zionist Perry Winkler is unbelievable in it's selective outrage and moral egocentrism:
is not in dispute, it is legal. What is in dispute is things like the settlements and the security barrier, but not the occupation itself.
This is just another sign of a troubling tendency among HPers (and others) to simply make up a pretext for holding views that in any other situation would be considered outrageous and immoral. To advocate collective punishment of China for it's actions in Tibet would be laughable, but because Israel is small and weak such injustice could be actually considered. If so, that makes for a gloomy outlook for small and weak countries worldwide. All an outside observer needs to do is declare something the government has done to be "illegal" (even if it isn't) and then it's off to the races. If that isn't fascism, I don't know what is.