If you were honest, you might realise that the fact you have no friends and suffer prejudice day to day has a lot to do with your personality and absolutely nothing to do with your religion/ethnicity.
Jews are no different from the rest of the population. British Jews look British, Russian Jews look Russian and Ethiopian Jews look like Ethiopians. It's clear they've got more in common with their neighbours than a supposed connection to a place thousands of years ago.
You do not know NYC, so please my British forum acquaintance, shut-up! My school peers often left NYC decades ago. What's left are alienated demographics, with a leaning to ethnocentrism, in my opinion. Actually, very few "secular" of my demographic remaining. So, not being a member of one of the balkanized demographics, I just live here with a few acquaintanceships. Not a problem, being an introvert. And, in my opinion, a possible good comparison is: High Anglicans are as alienated to Catholics in England, as Catholics in NYC are alienated to Jews. Maybe I should add emphasis by substituting Presbyterians in Northern Island, instead of High Anglicans?Just my opinion, but a good yardstick, I believe.
In my opinion, Russian Jews do not look Russian, from my grandparents generation,before the intermarriages that the Soviet Union may have brought into vogue. They look like the "mix" they are, in my opinion. Same with other Jews of different nationalities. Few Jews have the chiseled features of a Clint Eastwood, or the looks of a young Cybil Shepard. You see, while Jews can be blond, blue-eyed, tall, straight hair, etc., etc. there is often not a complete "package" of the Nordic looks that do not set them apart as being a "mix" over centuries, in my opinion. An exception now and then; however, by and large something sets them apart - perhaps, somewhat shorter; perhaps, somewhat less fair skinned; perhaps, blond hair, but curly; perhaps, blue eyes, but set a little too close for blue eyes; or perhaps, the proverbial nose not exactly straight. At best, many Jews are considered good-looking Mediterraneans when they are not thought of as "Jewish," in my opinion. Or worst yet, they may be taken for some Southern European that is Catholic. How demeaning, in my opinion, in an Anglo-Saxon country (based on the dominant culture), like the U.S.
But, you seem to be equating ethnicity with the "right" to live somewhere? Perhaps, the colonial injustices of European nations make Europeans now believe we must all live in lands alotted to us back in the Middle Ages? Not so, dear pushytheizz. [Foofie does have the opinion that Izzythepush "izz pushy the" way someone from his small island, off the coast of continental Europe, would likely not be, in his offering opinions that have little to do with the smallish role his island has today in world affairs.]