I can ascribe some of your argument to ignorance, but some of it looks like Leftist Anti-Semitism. As to what you seem to be ignorant of is that the Jews in Israel did not just come from Germany, Poland, or from Western Europe. Roughly half come from Northern Africa and the Mid-East. They came to Israel from Iraq, Iran, Yemen, Egypt, Morocco, and Ethiopia.
What you seem to be anti-Jewish about is your unwillingness to acknowledge that the Jews were the original indigenous people of Judea and Samaria. You may be ignorant of the fact there were Jewish kingdoms, but please read the Bible and the Koran and you will see I am telling you the truth. What you may not know is that there were a long string of conquering armies and that Jews were a nationality within many empires. The Jews were conquered and exiled by the Babylonians, but they were allowed to return from the Exile as part of the Persian Empire. They were a vassal state within Alexander's empire and its Hellenic successors. The Jews won independence but were later conquered and made part of the Roman Empire. After a series of revolts, the Romans exiled the Jews again. After most of the Jews were exiled, the land was ruled by the Byzantines and later was conquered by Arab armies. It was part of Mid-eastern Islamic empires. Later, the Crusaders came and conquered and ruled for a time. Eventually the Ottoman Turks took control. Finally, the British were ceded the land by treaty after WWI. When you have the full history, you see the Arabs are just one of a series of invaders with no more claim than any of the others. No other people but the Jews can claim Judea as their homeland.
What you may not know is that the Jews never gave up their claim to the land. Each day they recited prayers for their return to Zion. The major Jewish holiday, Passover, ends with the words: "Next Year in Jerusalem". There have been periodic movements of Jews to return. There has been a continuous Jewish presence in the land. The story of the Jews and the land of Israel goes far beyond and predates capitalism or communism or Germany or any other parts of your reductionist narrative. Refusal to acknowledge that is the mark of an anti-Semite. Why do you believe, that of all the peoples of the world, the Jews should not be allowed to have a country in the historic homeland?