The Foolishness of Hating the Jews
For someone to hate a group, he needs to see the group as a monolithic entity, meaning that it would have similar attitudes, values and ways of life.
With Jews, there is no monolithic entity. There are all sorts of people who are Jews, and many of them are in strong disagreement with one another.
Thus, both Karl Marx and Ayn Rand were Jews; but you would not see them agreeing about much. Marx propagated Communism and Rand propagated capitalism. If two Jewish people can advance political stances opposite to and hateful of one another, then what sense is there in seeing Jews as a monolithic entity?
In Judaism, there are movements Orthodox, Conservative and Reform. The stances taken by these movements differ vastly from one another. The Orthodox Jews like to keep to themselves and make following the Torah and the Talmud the meaning of their existence. The Reform and Conservative Jews are on the other hand greatly involved in the world, where they make some of its best scientists, doctors, filmmakers, teachers and entrepreneurs.
There are also major disagreements between Israeli Jews and American Jews. The American Jews tend to be liberal and peace-loving; the Israeli Jews tend to be socially conservative and highly militaristic. If the Jews were a monolithic group, this would not be happening. They would be having same stances and ways of living. They do not.
What all this means is that it makes no sense whatsoever to hate an entity that is not even a cohesive group. Diversity among the Jews is immense and exceeds diversity among much larger groups such as the Catholics, the Protestants and the Muslims. It makes no sense to hate Karl Marx and Ayn Rand at the same time; it makes no sense to hate liberal American Jews and ultra-conservative Israeli Jews at the same time; it makes no sense to hate at the same time the Orthodox Jews who keep to themselves and the Reform and Conservative Jews who are deeply involved in the world.
The Jews are a more diverse group than even the Anglo-Saxons, and hating them all is foolishness.