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I don't know of any Jews that have an open policy of calling for the total annihilation of Palestinians, so in that sense I concede that you have a point to a degree, however it seems to me that bulldozing the homes of Palestinians to make way for Israeli settlers will in practice if not in open policy lead to the eventual annihilation of Palestinians.
Thank you for noting that difference. Jews are not Nazis (although I have seen one person in particular on this forum constantly comparing Jews to Nazis. I've blocked that person so that I don't have to endure his hatred).
The Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions agrees with you on the issue of house demolitions. Jews and Israelis are not evil people (I know that you didn't claim they are, but there are many others in the world who do). There are opposing political parties in Israel same as there are here in the United States. I don't think that a lot of the people in the world who hate and want to punish all of Israel understand this.
When authoritarian politicians get elected here in the U.S. (I won't name the U.S. political party here that tends to foster such politicians but we've had enough examples of them brought up on these forums), does that mean that all Americans are bad? I think that these politicians mostly manage to get elected because they prey on and exploit Americans' fears, convincing voters that their policies will make America safer and stronger.
Imagine Israel, surrounded by nations that are not friendly to Jews and which do not want Jews present at all, which believe that Israel has no right to existence. How much greater must the fears of Israelis be than anything that we have ever had to deal with here in the U.S.? I'm not saying this as a defense of certain Israeli policies, but I am saying it to try to get people to understand how these policies have come about.