It appears to me, the problem which many people (particularly Arabic people) have with the Jewish State of Israel is that it is an exclusive society based on self-perceived superiority.
This Jewish belief in they being inherently superior to others can readily be seen in their religious conviction that they alone are "God’s Chosen People". Furthermore, Israel’s immigration policy is based on Jewish genetic background, and not on character and capability.
This belief in being better than others is quite convenient since, in their minds, it justifies their historical and current dehumanization and sacrifice of others. Almost certainly this is the basis for much hate that plagues the Jews (and their supporters).
Little do they (or other self-righteous religion-based societies, including Christian and Moslem nations) recognize that their beliefs are not perfect and beyond question, and that the Truth upon which their society evolved around is not exclusively theirs. Throughout the world (and indeed Universe) this Truth has and is the basis for selection of righteous people. Regardless as to what particular truths may be uncovered by this or that group, it should never give them the right to judge their neighbor as inferior.
John the Baptist tried to correct the Jews in their vain belief of genetic superiority with his statement: "And think not to say within yourselves, We have Abraham to our father: for I say unto you, that God (via evolution) is able of these stones to raise up children unto Abraham."
Subsequently Christ also tried to enlighten them by stating "Many shall come from the east and west, and shall sit down with Abraham, and Isaac, and Jacob, in the kingdom of heaven."
Nazi Germany was also a racially-based society, and you would have thought the United Sates of America, after sacrificing so much in World War II to abolish such regimes from the face of the earth, would not within a year or two after, commit themselves to establishing and defending another such repugnant and unsustainable social order.
Fear of the consequences of recognizing this error by Israel and its supporters may be too much for them to bear. Perhaps by publishing this error and expressing willingness to forgive, the truth need not be forced upon them.
Please forward these thoughts to everyone you can think of, who like us, wish to find a true and lasting peace in the world.