Condemnation of Israel, unsullied by bigotry, should be possible. The country’s human rights record justifies it. And given the level of U.S. support for Israel, the latter's record is a legitimate subject for uninhibited debate. But the mob-like attacks on the Minnesota congresswoman make such a debate impossible. That should trouble Ms. Omar's detractors, but there is no sign it does (“House to vote on anti-hate resolution after controversy over Israel comments by Rep. Omar,” March 7).