Favorite scene from the first episode.
Israel isn’t quite the bastion of equality you want to think it is. Non-jews don’t have a lot going for them (sources by Klavier). I fail to see why any other minority would be doing better. But that’s not why I’m against Israel in the first place.
Israel was created when the Jewish ethnic group claimed to have no place on Earth to call their own, as well as the claim that a certain area had a number of religiously significant locations. Both of these statements are true, but neither is a justification for re-assigning land, even less so when you consider the land being re-assigned was not being re-assigned willingly.
Of course the Jewish population should have the right to be in the areas they consider holy, but they are not entitled to anything, least of all an internationally-backed, nuclear-armed country. There should have been much more discourse and regulation put on Palestinians who did not want the various religious groups there (because it is sacred to more than Jews, after all), but nothing further.
Of course a fair deal of my disgust comes from the fact so many people like you exist, that praise it as this miraculous place that just happens to be unfortunately settled amidst a war zone. Any country in the UN is practically obligated to kiss Israel’s ass, since admitting Israel can do wrong would put the UN in a bit of a pinch.