If European politics made sense, then the breakdown of Israeli-Palestinian conflict positions and right-left ideologies would be something like this:
National Socialists, and some extreme ultranationalists who nevertheless distance themselves from National Socialism but are well-respected in their circles
- National Socialist position: Against both the "dirty Jews" and the "filthy Muslims". Thus they refuse to take sides in the Israeli-"Palestinian" conflict, or more accurately are against both.
- Some Ultranationalist radicals who still distance themselves from National Socialists: Not against both, they simply don't care about Israel-"Palestine" because they are uninterested and refuse to take part of the "Zionist conspiracy" or the Islamist one.
Right-Wing Populists and Conservatives
- Obviously pro-Israel because they see Israel as a parallel to Europe, and because of Israel's cultural connection to Europe.
- The usual Marxist "Power to the People" nonsense is applied to any revolutionary independence movement so long as they espouse terrorism against those deemed to be "Reactionary Right" and so long as they worship or are allied with worshipers of Stalin, Lenin, Marx, Mao, or any other murderous commie scumbag. These commie filth will usually support the PLFP, or the Palestine Communist Party; whose plans are any leftist's wet dream.
- Or, the weird Islamist-Leftist combination position that comes from Islamic immigrants who are brought into Europe by leftist political bosses as voting blocs, who support Islamist social positions, but who are radically leftist on all issues when Islam doesn't doesn't take a different position. They will support the more Islamic face of the "Palestinian" movement; like the establishment of a new country with Shariah Law.
- Have a nonsensical pseudo-humanitarian view that is neutral and moderately interventionist, and believe that Europe should get involved to "create peace" and make demands from both sides.