Wow there is a lot of misconceptions about the Jewish ethnicity on the OP's part.
To the OP: Have you ever been around any real life Jews? The average Jew is just like anyone else in the general population. Sure, he may be prone to kvetching about his intrusive mother; appeasing his kosher grandmother, excessively using Yiddish adjectives, and having a natural love of comedy (and movies and gossip), but he is completely assimilated into American culture. The average Ashkenazi household probably does put a larger emphasis on education compared to the rest of population, but that is common in other minority groups as well (e.g Asian and Indian immigrants).
No matter how much anti-semites want Jews to be this homogenized and coordinated group all sharing the same weltanschauung; they are not and do not.
Zionism, for example, is a ideological movement that it isn't even exclusively Jewish. There are many gentiles, particularly in the Protestant sect of Christianity, actively involved it. The Protestant leadership is just as rabid in its support for Israel than the Jewish Zionists that basically run the Republican party. Conversely, there are a lot of Jews that stand in solidarity with the Palestinians and spend their lives fighting against Israel's (*in their point of view*) racist, oppressive treatment of the Palestinians and Arabs in general. Israel itself is divided on the conflict.
However, it must be said, that most Jews (at least in Israel) support a Jewish homeland (given their history do you blame them?) and prefer a two-state solution; unless they're one of those weird Orthodox types that spends all day reading the Torah - they don't usually support the idea of a Jewish state, but no one in the general Jewish community pays any attention to them. The ones that ironically live in Israel are left alone because they aren't harming anyone and pose no threat to the establishment.