Trevor, I'm also Jewish in ancestry (German from WWII) . .and Italian (also from WWII). . .and Native American. . .and Irish (From the Potato Famine). . .and English. . .and one of my forefather's signed the Declaration of Independence. . .
people are people are people. . .I spent time in lockers, tied to theater chairs, thrown out windows into mud puddles, had my books thrown down the stairs, been punched in the face - and have been called all kinds of names. And if it weren't me, it was who I chose for friends, that (n-word) or this (derogatory for Oriental, Native American, Mexican. . .you name it).
God is giving you something that is beyond one of the best gifts you can ever receive. . .the opportunity to love your enemy. If you can do this, then you can be perfect as your heavenly Father is perfect. Wow... what an opportunity. There is hate in the world. We in America are a bigoted people, unfortunately. But more than that. . .much more than that, we are a chosen people that lives in the world, but we are not OF the world -- and the world owns it's own, and does not receive us, because it does not receive Christ Jesus. If it isn't this reason to hate you, it would be another. Count it as knowing the truth of who follows Him and who doesn't. . .and pray for them. . . as they are judging and they will be judged with the same judgement they dish out.
My brother is a practicing Jew. . .and when I pray for him, his wife and his daughter, my heart always leaps in love and joy. I don't understand it, but He does - and that's enough for me. Jesus came to save sinners. . .of whom I am chief. . . let there be no judgment in my heart, Lord have mercy.
Loving your enemy is the hardest truest form of love. May He bless you in it and keep you in it, and bring you closer to knowing His Father through it. Lord have mercy.