You may have seen last Friday the New York Times profiled the American Council for Judaism, which was founded in 1942 in opposition to Zionism. (Call it the non-Orthodox version of Neturei Karta.) If you are interested in a study of Jewish organizations who have been sharply critical of Israel, and the responses they received from the wider organized Jewish community, try "Breaking the Taboo: Critics of Israel and the Jewish Establishment"  by Jack Wertheimer. He examines such organizations as Breira, The New Jewish Agenda, The New Israel Fund, and Americans for Peace Now. (Since the piece is from 1996, J Street is obviously not discussed.)