I'm sympathetic towards anti-Israel sentiments. Why?
Because Israel's existence is either predicated on an argument from god, which I think is invalid (that is, people can't impose on others what they think the truth of god is) or it's political in which case the creation of Israel came with some very real political realities that lead to conclusions that are unhelpful to humanity.
It's not my fight, so I don't care.
But, I see no reason why Israel should exist in the place it does today, and I do see reasons why they shouldn't exist in the space they exist in today. Mostly pragmatic, in the sense that it's just a problem, the easiest solution being Israel not ever having existed as it does today.
But, I'm not a statist, either, so I don't see why any state should exist in the space they do today...and I recognize that the only reason they do is because people fought and died for that.
And I also recognize that Israel not existing now is impossible. It's too late...but the facilitators were in the wrong.
Ahmadinejad meanwhile is fighting for his own state. But that's what states do, so I can'f knock him for that.
What did Israel expect?
Another way of looking at it, I suppose.