A moderator came and first of all deleted the phrase "the Jews" in the text without replacing it with any other phrase! (He/She accused me of "spread[ing] antisemitism", which is meaningless and simply subjective.
Let me explain why this was antisemitic.
You were criticizing actions of the government of Israel. There is nothing offensive about that per se (although criticizing a political entity does usually not make for a good, impartial question, but more about that later). No government should be immune to criticism. But you did so by calling them "the Jews". That's wrong for several reasons:
- Not all Jews in the world even live in Israel. There are between 15 and 20 million Jews in the world (depending on how you count) and barely 7 million of them live in Israel.
- Those Jews who do live in Israel do not all support any action of their government. The last election was a really close call.
- There are also non-Jewish voters in Israel who supported the current Israel government with their votes, so those are also partially responsible for the action of the Israeli government.
So if you conflate criticism of the government of Israel with criticism of "The Jews", you are being antisemitic because you are making all members of an ethnic group responsible for actions most of them have zero responsibility for. And this is a clear violation of the Code of Conduct section of No bigotry.
Now about the question itself.
In order for a question to be answerable on this website, it must be:
- Phrased from a neutral point of view. That means it should not pass any judgment on any subject it is talking about.
- Clear what exactly is being asked.
- What is being asked must be reasonably scoped.
- It must be possible to answer it subjectively without resorting to personal opinions and emotions.
Let's look at why this question fulfills neither of these points:
Why has the world allowed such a crime? And how can the people of Israel live there without feeling shame? What is the difference of humans with wolves?
This is clearly passing a judgment on the people of Israel and those parts of the world who support them. The Israel/Palestine conflict is not such a simple black and white affair. It is a complex issue. But you are already starting with a black and white presumption that one side is responsible for 100% of the violence.
It's not even clear what you are asking. "What is the difference of humans with wolves?" Wolves have fur, longer teeth, no arms, more legs and belong to the family of Canidae while humans are Primates. That's a biological question, not a political one. So what are you really asking here?
"Why does the world allow such a crime?" is not reasonably scoped. There are about 200 countries in the world. Some side with Israel, some side with Palestine, some have a "it depends" position and some try to stay neutral. They all have different reasons why they arrived at that position. We can not explain the exact reasoning of every single one.
What you are asking here are rhetorical questions which have the purpose to start an emotional discussion, not explain you facts. But politics stack exchange is not a discussion forum. As you can read on the article "What questions can I ask about here?":
Politics Stack Exchange is for objective questions about governments, policies and political processes.
It is not a place to advance opinions or debate, but rather for exchanging objective information about the policies, processes, and personalities that comprise the political arena.
What do we usually do with questions like this?
We usually try to fix the question by explaining the author what's wrong about it and work together with them to turn it into a question which is appropriate for this site. But you as the author showed zero interest in cooperating with that process. Instead of being open to criticism you simply denied any shortcomings of the question. I'm sorry, but if you approach the site with an attitude like that then we can not work with you. I therefore deleted the question.
How can you learn to post better questions in the future?
In order to find out how questions about the Israel/Palestine conflict are usually scoped and phrased, you might want to look at the top upvoted questions among that tag. I can also recommend the following resources. They are very helpful for understanding the Stack Exchange model: