I just read an interesting article by an Israeli woman essentially pointing out that the world community, including Israel, has basically adopted the Palestinian narrative. In my opinion, I believe that people just started out yessing these people, hoping that by appeasing them they would stop their terrorism. Unfortunately, the opposite has happened. The younger, generations of the West started totally believing this narrative, as no alternative was provided. Now it's become the "truth," similar to what we read about in 1984, etc. Sure the Israeli "PR" spokespeople talk about Sderot, but do they reject the Palestinian claims on what happened in 1948? I've never heard it.
In the meantime, our unelected Jewish leaders and organizations are busy producing anti-Semitic plays (google Seven Jewish Children + Theatre J or JCC) which retell the Palestinian narrative for the millionth time, and ignore the suffering that occurred to our people.
In any case, I believe it is the actual duty of all of our unelected Jewish leaders and organizations to start bringing our narrative to the forefront. It seems these organizations are only comfortable discussing the Holocaust, and on Holocaust Remembrance day especially I am not saying it's not important. However, there are other tragedies that befell our people and I think it is their duty to remind, or in this case inform, the world. They should start with how the Jewish refugees from Arab countries were treated. There is great ignorance, even within the Jewish community, on this topic. Growing up, I never once heard about it.