Read today's article in the New York Times Magazine: How to Talk About Israel.
This is a very revealing article about global reaction to Israel and people's feelings towards Jews. See the opening passage:
The Jewish Problem pops up in the strangest places. In the winter of 1991, at the height of the first gulf war, I asked a right-wing Japanese politician who still wields considerable power in the ruling Liberal Democratic Party to explain the Japanese role in the Middle Eastern conflict. After clearing his throat with some perfunctory remarks about oil supplies and United States-Japan relations, he suddenly stopped midsentence, gave me a shrewd look and said: ''Look, we Japanese aren't stupid. We saw Henry Kissinger on TV. We know how America operates. We're perfectly well aware that this war is not about Kuwait. It's about Jewish interests. It's all about Israel.''
Pretty scarey that a high-level official in Japan, of all places, can think like this. I highly encourage you to read this article ...