Will Netanyahu Spur a New Israel Debate in America?

Will the rise of an Israeli government led by an opponent of the peace process make it more politically acceptable in America to criticize Israel?
Abraham Foxman says yes.
“It’s already changed,” said Mr. Foxman, whose position as national director of the Anti-Defamation League makes him the media’s go-to person for quotes on perceived anti-Israel bias. “The government hasn’t even been formed and it’s been called right-wing, extremist, fascist, hard-line. It’s already out there.”
So does Tony Judt.
“It might be possible to open a debate that says, ‘Look, this is not an anti-Israel discussion,” said Mr. Judt, the director of the Remarque Institute at New York University, whose criticism of the pro-Israel lobby in America kicked off a public fight during which, at one point, he accused Mr.

Will Netanyahu Spur a New Israel Debate in America?