This is what I tend to feel, yeah. It’s like, you’re not going to reverse this - and to be fair most Palestinian leaders, like the serious ones anyway, have acknowledged that.
The trouble here is that it’s not “in the past”. The stuff that is happening to Palestinians is still going on right now, and I feel like comments like yours ignore that, as a kind of willful blindness.
It seems like there’s a difference between “denying the Jewish people a homeland” period and “suggesting that maybe taking that specific country from the current inhabitants whilst killing the shit out of them, causing mass migrations, and ultimately penning them up in a reservation that your regularly bomb is bad” are different things, and not seeing that is just another form of fairly aggressive racism to me - one which totally dehumanizes the Palestinian people. So I would say your position there is unarguably racist against the Palestinians (ironically, this makes you an anti-Semite, because they’re also a Semitic people).
I think the only sane and non-racist position here is to say that Israel was formed by a people under a tremendous amount of duress from a completely insane attempt to wipe them out entirely, an attempt that was fueled by centuries of hate, given a nitro-boost by the Czar’s secret police (who created The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, ironically because so many socialists were Jewish, and they wanted to paint Socialism is a Jewish conspiracy, which is just darkly hilarious in this context), and then finally put into full-scale action by the Nazis.
What the people who formed Israel did was morally wrong. Ethically wrong, or at least very dubious. But perhaps practically reasonable given what had just happened. I tend to think so.
And that milk is spilt. There is no cleaning it up. There’s no going back on Israel, and the alternatives offered were pretty awful (the US suggested leasing Alaska, for example, as Jewish homeland, which I don’t think could have ended well). There’s only going forwards, and that means going towards peace. Which the current Israeli government, being far-right in character, opposes, and indeed the way the Knesset is set up, it’s hard to see how that could ever change.