Historically, Judaism is the primary enemy of Christianity. This is clear in the Gospels of Jesus Christ.
When Jesus Christ was born, the Jewish King Herod tried to kill Him, because he recognized that the new-born Messiah would be a threat to Jewish power and Jewish royal house.
During the time of the ministry of Jesus Christ, it was religious leaders of Judaism – Pharisees, Sadducees, Jerusalem Temple Priests – as well as Jewish political leaders (Herodians) who tried to kill Jesus Christ.
In other words, Jewish people as a religious entity and Jewish people as a political entity tried to kill Jesus Christ.
To put it another way, Jesus Christ suffered institutional discrimination by both Jewish religious leaders and Jewish political leaders.
Jesus Christ was mercilessly targeted, attacked, disenfranchised, othered, minimized by Jewish leaders in the religious, political, and social realms.
Were Jewish ordinary people innocent?
The Gospels of Jesus Christ clearly describes that Jewish masses (Jewish working class) were guilty of participating in the killing of Jesus Christ. Jewish masses cried, “Crucify Him! Crucify Him!” and they said, “Let His blood be on us and our children!”
Thus, Jewish people on the top of socio-economic ladder and at the bottom of the socio-economic ladder were all guilty of attack of Jesus Christ and murdering Him by manipulating official legal institutions of Jesus Christ’s time.
Thus, Jesus Christ suffered institutional discrimination of the Jewish court system.
Thus, the New Testament is clear in marking Judaism and the Jewish people as the primary enemy of Christianity.
The Book of Acts clearly emphasizes and reiterates this Gospel Truth.
Thus, any Christian leader who acts to support Judaism, Jews, or the Jewish State of Israel in the United States of America (or Canada, Australia, New Zealand, England, Scotland, Wales, etc.) are traitors to Christianity.
As we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ (Christmas), let us not forget the Gospel Truth that identifies Jews as the enemies of Christianity and enemies of Jesus Christ, personally.