Joe Korzenick was a Holacuat survivor who just died at 85 a couple of years ago. He spent all of his adult life going to schools and telling of his experience capped with the command, "Don't hate". Rabbi Hartman who just died identified loving kindness as the basis for Judaisim. I imagine he would agree with Joe Korzenick. That is, indeed, simple, but things that are true are often simple. The question is truth, not simplicity. The "demonization of one group" is in your head. You project your own hatreds on others, but that does not mean that others really feel as you think they do. Reveling in hatred is corruption of the soul. It does not make the reveler a demon, but it does make them deeply flawed, usually miserable, and constantly making erromious assumptions about people about whom they know little or nothing .
from the article: In Israel, hatred begins at home. Every home. So does hope.