Einat Wilf once observed that "to one who is used to privilege, equality feels like discrimination." Many do-gooders in this country use that to observe today's Israel through the lens of today's reality arising de novo. Through that lens, they see Israel's Jews enjoying privilege and thus interpreting Israel refusal to concede to a refusal to yield that privilege.
These do-gooders' error is that they think that the Jews' history there began in 1948, or perhaps in 1917. What they miss is that there was a Jewish history there in the 19th century and before. A couple vignettes would convey a critical element of that history. In the 1830's, a pasha who had issued a land-lease to a group of chasidim was replaced with a pasha who did not renew it giving the surrounding Arabs license to give those chasidim 24 hours to vacate their plot of land. In 1860, the Arabs of Hebron freely massacred the Jews in their city. What these incidents demonstrate is that the Arabs enjoyed privilege in Palestine prior to anyone thinking of Zionism.
Zionism's success has upended that privilege. The Arabs have reacted to that loss of privilege the way every other group that lost privilege has reacted. Anti-Zionism says that they are right to be aggrieved about their lost privilege.