POSIT: Your degree of anti-Semitism is unacceptable; especially coming from somebody passing themselves off as a Christian!
RESPONSE: Jehovah's very own criticisms, and the prophets' writings too, contain far more of what can be construed as "anti-Semitism" than anything I've written. For example: the book of Isaiah opens with this:
• Isa 1:1-3 . . The vision of Isaiah the son of Amoz, which he saw concerning Judah and Jerusalem, in the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, [and] Hezekiah, kings of Judah. Hear O heavens! and give ear O earth! for Yhvh has spoken. Children I have raised and exalted, yet they have rebelled against Me. An ox knows his owner and a donkey his master's crib; but Israel does not know, My people do not think about it.
Oxen and burros are well known for their below-average IQ; but in His indictment, Jehovah complained that those two species of barnyard beasts of burden have more brains than His own people when it comes to appreciating His providence; and Jehovah's statement: "they have rebelled against me" mirrors the age-old colloquialism of biting the hand that feeds you.
There are so many anti-Semitic comments and remarks throughout the book of Isaiah that sometimes it's actually difficult to believe it wasn't penned by a Palestinian instead of a patriot; and that's only Isaiah, some of the other prophets are just as harsh.
NOTE: The term "holocaust" comes from the Greek word holókauston, referring to an animal sacrifice offered to a god in which the whole (olos) animal is completely burnt (kaustos).
That's an appropriate meaning seeing as how a number of observant Jews sincerely believe that the deaths of six million of their fellows via German atrocities during the second world war satisfied certain teachings and predictions in the 53rd chapter of Isaiah's prophecy. A rabbinic interpretation of that chapter proposes, in so many words, that the fate of Jehovah's people at the hands of Hitler's minions accomplished the salvation of the world.
The interpretation is a bit involved so I won't go into it here; but suffice to say that the interpretation provides, for some, the only rational explanation as to why Jehovah stood by and did nothing to prevent so many of His own people from being rounded up like cattle, stripped of their dignity, their property, their wealth, and their possessions, enslaved, starved, malnourished, deprived of basic human necessities, tortured, subjected to Frankenstein medical experiments, worked to death, and gassed, shot, and incinerated by the millions by Nazi mad men.
The error of that interpretation is so obvious that it's almost below me to point it out; to wit: Judaism regards human sacrifice as a breach of the covenant that Moses' people agreed upon with God; and also sincerely believes that human sacrifice is an abomination.
There are astute Bible scholars of the opinion that the Jewish genocide of the last century was only a taste of one to come in the future when a super powerful political figure, known to just about everybody as the anti-Christ, will target Jehovah's people with another mass extinction. They say his won't be confined to Europe like the last one, but will encompass the entire globe so that Jews won't be safe anywhere on the planet.
Those scholars also believe that the present State of Israel isn't permanent; but that it will be conquered and the Jews lose control of their homeland all over again. I don't know for myself whether those scholars are right, but if they are, then it would appear that the future of Jehovah's people at this point in time is looking mighty grim, to say the least.