One of the distractions pro-Zionists have is to reduce the humanitarian crisis to a "it's just a Judaism vs Islam issue" but it isn't.
It may socially manifest to some degree in such a manner and Muslims may be the most outspoken about the issue, but it is because Palestinians are treated as an invisible nonentity and at the same time Muslims are treated in the west as a lower class, "other".
So the desperation for the right to merely exist, let alone retain one's own country, is obviously gonna overlap where the strongest sympathies are felt where there is indifference otherwise.
The fetishizing of the Israeli occupation (merely for using the name "Israel") and of Jews in general with zero care to the lives lost because of this sociopolitical invisibility is a problem that has to keep being addressed.
Both from the modern secular perspective (which some defend it from) and from the Biblical perspective, the occupational state founded in 1948 doesn't have legitimacy. YHWH does not 'promise' them that land unconditionally merely because of apparent race (though Jews and race is a complex subject
) but under the clause that they are pious, follow all the laws and become the light to the nations. But after Joshua son of Nun conquered that land from the Canaanites (of which lots of bloodshed was involved), it only went downward. At that point we are talking about the Israelites though of which the Jews were one line of decedents out of (the 12 tribes), with the Samaritans being another. There was was flourishing during the 1st temple later on but afterwards there was the Babylonian Exile and they were subdued by the Pagans (even during the 2nd Temple with the Romans), they were made an example of. The New Testament doesn't really portray them as fulfilling their covenants to God and of course as betraying their own messiah.
All of Christian history until Protestant Christian Zionism (particularly pushed with the kind of Neoconservatism that Red likes) in the 20th century, never saw Jews with starry eyes (and the whole thing of "antisemitism" emerged out of views held towards Jews that were very common and rampant in Christian belief and society towards Jews for most of Christian history).
History ever since has not shown them to fulfill their covenant either when outside of that land. Then during and after the Nakbah occurred towards the Palestinians in 1948, they have still not shown themselves to care about fulfilling the covenant. Instead they have gone down the triumphantist route of 'racial' nationalism and extreme racism (even the super liberal Israelis who want all the gay sex).
Jews =/= Israelis
Jews =/= Zionists
Jews =/= Judaism
Modern Israeli occupation =/= Ancient Kingdom of Israel
Christians =/= Neoconservative Zionists
Palestinians =/= Muslims
Yet there are people that try to push such a narrative.
Palestinians include many categories, the most populous ones are Muslims, Christians and Samaritans.
Samarians are one of the most interesting identities because they are invisible/ignored descendants of the ancient Israelites but are not
Jews. Samaritans are unique for sometimes containing double citizenship, both Israeli and Palestinian.
Samaritans are invisible in the narrative because they undermine the Zionist narrative and that Samaritans never left the land.
(in the ancient context which most people are not even familiar with, in the 2nd temple period the Kingdom of Israel was separated into two halves. "Israel" otherwise known as Samaria was the Samaritan kingdom, and Judah was the Jewish kingdom. Jews, Judaism and Jewish identity began in this period, not in the prior Israelite periods before the schism, and so forth).
Palestinians are invisible in the narrative on the other side because they are the ongoing sacrifice which the Israeli occupation is built upon, the blood of the Palestinians.
Palestinians, usually Arab, are those who (and the generations since) who where the majority who lived in this region prior to the British taking over the land. Palestinians are indigenous to the land through being there for the longest time, from the 7th century until today. Jews on the other hand had the land (and not as much of it) for a much smaller duration, even Christians (under Roman empire) had that land for a longer period.
Palestine has always contained many different religious groups, there were Palestinian Jews but they were a much much much tinier minority compared to Palestinian Muslims and Christians.
Palestinians become homeless, stateless, without any citizenship, refugees. It is a horrible situation but people turn the blind eye because they don't have a spine to stick up for basic human rights. It's a very real, very tragic situation beyond any ideological or religious affiliations.