I have stumbled across this question which received 3 close votes from which 2 are "The primary purpose of this question appears to be to promote or discredit a specific political cause, group or politician. It does not appear to be a good-faith effort to learn more about governments, policies and political processes (...)".
The question uses two references and it seems a fairly good post. Its quality is emphasized by the high quality answers it received.
I can understand that it can be interpreted to make Israel look bad, but this is only implied and there is no explicit part to make this connection. Using such interpretation might lead to mass closure of posts, since any question dealing with a state action might be interpreted as making that state look bad.
Some morality norms normally applied to individuals cannot be applied to states (states have interests, not feelings). So, states doing stuff and looking bad is part of their regular business.
So, my proposal is to adjust close reason text to ask for an explicit comment stating what is the part of the question that is not a "good-faith effort". Otherwise, I am afraid this close reason can be easily used to abuse VTC.