Well it's good you at least acknowledge that the Jewish people are a nation with accompanying national rights. As I understand it, Jews were the largest constituent population in Jerusalem even under Ottoman rule, so it's logical that it could be viewed as a historic Jewish capital with a history going back more than 2000 years, although that alone doesn't legitimize displacing other settled peoples in order to sweep out a state which includes it. Most of the European and North African states that exist today were established by tribes of eastern barbarians sweeping west, and they've been rewarded for their massacres with independent states in the modern age. Thus it's only logical that the Roma, who never massacred any Europeans or North Africans, should be rewarded with a sovereign territory as compensation for all the attempts to deliver them to the same fate as those who lived on the lands before them. And if it's ever collectively decided that the Jews aren't entitled to a sovereign homeland in the region where such a homeland once existed before the Arabs and Europeans invaded, then the centuries of discimination, repression, pogroms and massacres they've subsequently suffered at the hands of Europeans and Muslims entitle them to such a state elsewhere, on lands of vastly higher quality and size.