You are making a big mistake there Foofie. Not all Jews think as you do. Einstein was a pacifist. There are many Jews who oppose the Israeli occupation in one way or another (there are many different Jewish views on the topic)...
...Neither Jonas Salk, nor Albert Einstein ever lived in Israel.
My concern is not with Jews, but with any Gentiles that may have the possible misconception that future innovations, that are useful, would still be available, since they will not be effected by Israeli Jews.
That is a false premise, since Jews go from the boroughs of NYC to the West Bank to make aliyah. With time, many Jews will assimilate into the surrounding Gentile culture, and others will have made aliyah. So, somewhere off in the future it would be a poor viewpoint to trivialize the innovations of Israeli Jews, since they might then be the only Jews. And, the descendants of those assimilated Jews, in western countries, might all be out on the golf course, since life is so much easier as an upscale Gentile. No?
But, in the meantime, those that are anti-Israel, just want their cake and eat it to, in my opinion, since they do use the innovations of Jews, disregarding that if the Nazis worked faster there would be no Jews anywhere. And, then the world would possibly just have the innovations of a few countries, since let's be honest, some cultures are just too laid back to effect modern innovations.
So, without a country, living as an "out-group" in many societies, Jews did manage to overcome the alienation directed at them, and contribute (innovations) to society. So, many think it makes sense to just take land away from them, since they got it in a war designed to annihilate them, and possibly persuade some Israelis to move to western countries, so they can contribute their energies there.
Do you not see the lack of gratitude? And, on second thought, how about giving Jews back their Ten Commandments, Old Testament, and most importantly the bagel with a schmear.
Oh yes, if you ever want to adopt polytheism, please do.