A nasty campaign by Zionists against Massad has been going for years now so anything he says is going to attract the ire of HP but here's a taste of Massad's article headed, The Last of the Semites:
Jewish opponents of Zionism understood the movement since its early age as one that shared the precepts of anti-Semitism in its diagnosis of what gentile Europeans called the "Jewish Question". What galled anti-Zionist Jews the most, however, was that Zionism also shared the "solution" to the Jewish Question that anti-Semites had always advocated, namely the expulsion of Jews from Europe.Well, if you ever read HP there's no need to quote their responses. So far I've noticed two posts on the article, the first by Sarah Annes Brown and the second by a Paul M. You can gather what both are saying from Andrew's comments beneath the second one:
So Zionist responses to Massad's article take three forms:
Actually I agree there were flaws to the article. Massad is discussing/asserting the confluences and antagonisms between various ideologies influencing Jews in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and further discussing where they have led us to today. He does not however discuss the material conditions or class interests that gave rise to these various ideologies. But getting into what an HP target actually said is a serious digression from what HP and its followers say he said.
Here's Andrew again:
Yay!! Did you see that? Bonus points for rubbing their noses in the FUCU case.
Obviously, some of Andrew's comments are responses to other comments that you don't need to read to know what they said, like this:
Wow. Andrew doesn't mind diving into the sewers so we don't have to. First HP then Stormfront.
There was a comment by Andrew under the Sarah Annes Brown post that earns him even more bonus points:
Wonderful and definitely better than me. I would have wasted time challenging her on what she meant by "flattening". Of course, the bonus points arise for linking to Jews sans frontieres.
If you want to see the whole threads you have to hurry. It's a curious paradox about Israel advocates that their only sign of decency is their dishonesty. It shows that they are ashamed of themselves and well they should be. That being the case, HP deletes its comments after a week. Probably just as well.