Jews: Can we stay here? We're kind of being exterminated* at home.
Jews: Umm...okay. We'll stay anyway.
Errrmmm I think that's where the problem began, everything after this point is irrelevant as the local population made it abundantly clear that they did not want an outside group settling in their land but the said foreign group decided to settle there anyway...
In more recent history (1997 or 1998 I believe), the Hazara genocide in Mazar Sharif, Afghanistan by the Taliban was amongst the worst genocides post the Holocaust. If hundreds of thousands Hazara survivors from all over Afghanistan decided to pack their bags, get on boats and attempt to settle in say, Australia or America, what exactly would the reaction of the local populations be? I highly doubt the said local populations would welcome these 'invaders' with open arms and garlands just because they were kinda being exterminated in their own lands...Also, bear in mind that in this particular case, the Americans were mostly responsible for creating the Taliban and arming and training them with the aid of Pakistan. The goal (which was accomplished) was to bring the U.S.S.R. to her knees whereas the Palestines had absolutely no part to play in the creation of the Nazi party.