I feel that unless there is one nation with all population under earth, these divisions will continue.
It's being tried in America right now and failing miserably,
I can remember in the 1980s,
“One student acknowledged the “horrible conditions that Jewish people experienced” during the Holocaust, but claimed that Palestinians currently were “even experiencing worse.” Why? Unlike the seemingly unending Israeli occupation of the West Bank, “the purpose of these [World War II] ghettos were basically to control, segregate, and separate the Jewish people for short periods of time.”
.... a student at one of the nation’s best colleges publicly describing the World War II experience of European Jews as even partly a short-term problem of living in ghettos is shocking. That other... students could take from such an assertion a possible reason to avoid recognizing a Jewish campus group is remarkable.
...critics preemptively denied allegations of anti-Semitism. The student who made the assertions about World War II assured the council, “I have a lot of Jewish friends.” Another dismissed anti-Semitism as a possible motive, since “the Arabs are actually Semites, so the term anti-Semitic is not very accurate to describe whatever people use it to describe.” In a revealing admission, however, the council’s note taker excluded “clearly anti-Semitic things” from his minutes of the April 23 council meeting.
Interestingly, these include colleges where otherwise students preach acceptance of minority groups and awareness of microaggressions against members of those groups. Much of the anti-Semitism is being perpetrated by students who consider themselves progressive.
Penn has 10 times as many Jewish students as nearby Swarthmore, 17.4% vs. 1.8%