The MENA region never singled out Jews in particular, they gave second-class status citizenship to ALL non-Muslims INCLUDING gentiles, so no you’re wrong, they were never particularly anti-semitic before Israel. And hey sure the Jews were second-class citizens but they still lived fairly comfortable lives, they just had to pay extra taxes and build their houses certain ways. May I remind you that a lot of the Jewish golden ages were in Muslim countries? They LIKED their life there!
You know, I could direct you to all of the “history of the Jews in ____” wikipedia entries, and the excellent book “In Ishmael’s House,” which proves you very wrong. I could tell you how Jews in Jerusalem were literally taxed to death by the jizya for hundreds of years, how missionaries brought toxic antisemitism, including the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, into the MENA region, how Christians in the MENA ganged up against Jews as well because they thought it would improve their second-class status. I could tell you that in that “Golden Age,” Jews were not allowed to walk on the same side of the street as Muslims, and that the peace in Islamic Spain was immediately followed by an Islamist rule that gave Jews the option of forced conversion to Islam or murder (see: Maimonides). I could tell you that my family left Syria not long after one of my relatives was arrested in a blood libel before Zionism was even a word on Jews’ tongues. I could tell you about the Farhud, which was inspired and inflamed by Nazi propaganda. I could tell you about how the MENA isn’t a happy region of blissfully ignorant “noble savages,” but a region comprised of a number of complex countries and nationalities and ethncities that are heavily influenced by the changing worlds around them. I could tell you how antisemtism was exploited by Arab leaders, chief among them Gamal Abdel Nasser, and that ideologies have permeated society. I could tell you about how I read Middle East discourse for my job, and the only thing any country can agree on is that Jews are a worthy scapegoat, and that that unity will not be abandoned anytime soon. I can point you to the work of Esti Webman and Martin Gilbert and so many others.
But it’s clear that you’re living in a dream world that is completely disconnected from reality, and all of this history would be lost on you.