That's how I read your Filipino reference, and I think that's how it was intended to be read.
If I'm over sensitive to the antisemitism thing that would be because it comes up every time you note the human rights abuses committed in the name of Judaism. I've never once experienced a Filipino trying to silence critics under similar circumstances by suggesting they were 'anti-Filipino'.
The rationale behind your mention of being Jewish seemed to be along the lines that it was a factor in your being offended.
I think everyone agrees the Nazis were bad. Nothing controversial there. It's a point that scarcely needs to be made.
The correlation between Nazism and the genital mutilation issue is that you cannot discuss genital mutilation without facing accusations that you are really antisemitic and may have a secret agenda that includes another Holocaust. It's a great way to shut people up. It also exploits the Holocaust in rather an unsavory manner.
I'm a little tired of exaggerated sensitivity around the Holocaust and the usual reflexive herd responses. I'm also tired of watching witch hunts whipped up over trivialities that see the target hounded by media, sometimes with their careers and lives ruined.
You are rarely shy to tell everyone what to think, what to say, and even what words to use (e.g., use of the word 'homosexual' makes a person suspect, while 'gay' indicates ideological purity).
But on genital mutilation you seem to have nothing much to say.