I recently heard an elder of a church refer to "the momentous ignorance of truth" of "the Jews" in Acts 4. He meant, of course, the "religious leaders". I do not recall him mentioning that the 5,000 who heard the message and believed (and that was only the men, verse 4) were Jewish, nor that the two men taking a courageous stand for the gospel before the Sanhedrin were Jewish.
There were 3 Jewish people in the congregation.
Clearly, Joe Weissman's article on anti-Jewish sentiment in British churches is on the mark.
* Or, for that matter, on any other passage.