Ah, but BigAlinWashSt was not just criticizing Israel; he was criticizing "the Zionists." Not just Netanyahu, who is a Zionist, but the secular leftist Shulamit Aloni and every other person, left and right, grandparent and child, who support Israel's right to exist which is, after all, all that Zionism is.
I'm not sure that a Jewish majority in a city like Jerusalem counts as "hardly a Jewish person living on that land anymore." And by 1919 there had been two generations of Jewish settlers.
I'm not sure which Western country you live in, and while what you say may be true of the US, I have spent a great deal of time in a number of European countries and the last time I remember an article in the mainstream media about Israelis which wasn't about Likudniks, religious or far-right extremists or violent settlers but a non-political story about ordinary people is now at least ten years ago. Mercifully, there are fewer suicide bombs than there were, but I remember very clearly their being reported on BBC and Channel 4. The bomb scene would be shown after it had been all but cleared up, some thoughts would be ventured about this was selfless resistance, followed by the footage of a grieving family - invariably, it was the family of the bomber. And that's not mentioning The Guardian which regularly publishes the thoughts of violent Islamists and has a very long record of censoring opinions favorable to Israel.
I certainly agree that Israel has been guilty of grievous crimes and I continue to think the policies of the current government gravely mistaken. That, on the other hand, is very different from characterizing all who think the state is not so uniquely evil as to merit destruction as being possessed of a hive mind with an agenda. There is something a tad anti-Semitic about that.