One of the most pernicious anti-Israel fanatics on the internet is David Harris-Gershon, aka The Troubador on Daily Kos (a, if not THE, premier website when it comes to mainstreaming of antisemitism on the Left over the past decade or so). His gig is to sound reasonable, while yet at the same time inciting hatred against the Jewish people in the guise of 'progressive' politics and advocacy.
The way to be successful at that site is to write platitudinously comical diaries with ludicrously incendiary titles (the better with which to initially draw in the foaming-at-the-mouth Loony Leftist types, and of course the antisemites), which after one hits "the rec list," one can change at will in order to look more reasonable. Also, it helps to have a long track record of refusing to ever deal with the antisemitism one brings on with their diaries, because of course he would not want to insult his target audience, or make them feel unwelcome (g-d forbid, that) in his pieces in any way.
David also has a gig at Tikkun (Michael Lerner's project, at least when he isn't writing and publishing pseudonymous letters to himself) these days, where he writes things like this.
Priceless, coming as it does from Mr. Gershon, the master of "attention-getting screeds" himself. Who, at every turn, never fails to remind you that his wife was injured in the 2002 Hebrew University cafeteria bombing, and that he'd nonetheless love to hug the terrorist who tried to murder his wife, so this of course makes his... attention-getting screeds unassailable. The ultimate difference in the end, however, is that Mr. Dershowitz cries, whines and goes numb much less often than our friend David does.
Anyway. It would be truly fantastic if Mr. Gershon were to help me "see the light," and convince me how supporting Hamas, and how prohibiting one's work from being translated into the language of the Jewish people, is anything less than anti-Jewish bigotry.
What is "neither moral nor honest," is in fact David Harris-Gershon.