Rabi missed one and perhaps the most important reason why Jews are hated. Jews pray to G The Father, The Creator of all in a direct way: one on One. No one else.
Other religions belive you have go through something else or someone else (Jesus, Mohamed, Buddha, idols, etc) to get to G. The Father.
All other religions were made different to Judaism and to survive their leaders indoctrinate their followers (Catholic, Christians, Muslims, etc) and attack every Jewish principle, and Jews along the way, to justify their religion and their survival.
Praying directly to G The Father is impossible for most on this earth, except for the Jews that do so. All others are taught different and led to be antisemitic, anti G The Father, and worshipers of so many things.
The root cause of anti-Semitism lies in the strength of Jewish identity. Like any group with a strong focus on in group/out group identity, constant reference to differences invites constant awareness of differences. It is by no means a problem unique to Judaism and therefore can never be resolved as long as it is thought of as a unique or discrete Jewish issue. If Jewish leaders and writers spent more time and effort drawing comparison of their struggles to those of others, and less time focusing on just Jewish persecution, we can isolate the most ignorant and hateful sources of anti-Semitism from the mainstream. Jewish people have just as deep of a history of contribution and collaboration with other cultures as they do of persecution, and focusing on the similarities rather than the differences is the only useful way forward. Easier said than done, but worth the effort, for any group or culture.
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