I've heard thinking along these lines before on the internet and to be honest it always struck me as slightly antisemitic (not that I believe anyone in the thread is). The reason for this is it puts all the responsibility for current negative Jewish-Islamic/Arab relations on the shoulders of the Jews. It neglects that most Jews are Zionists to a certain degree and that the hope of a return to the Jewish homeland was a dream that many kept alive for centuries. It also neglects the fact that most Jews in Israel are Middle-Eastern Jews (Mizrahi) that were forced to flee or were expelled from Arab countries after the creation of Israel. Finally, it assumes that Jews and Arabs or Muslims in general always had good relations which is ahistorical nonsense. There were numerous massacres of Jews in the Arab world and in general they were treated as second-class citizens as dhimmis and forced to live under discriminatory laws and a culture that looked down upon them. While there is definitely legitimate criticism of the Israeli government and certain right wing/nationalist groups in Israel, I believe a lot of it comes down to the fact that a dhimmi people have their own country in the Middle-East. It basically boils down to "Things were so great before those people we controlled got their own country and we,of course, were the rulers".