Frankly, the first challenge is to stop denying the virulent anti-Jewish sentiments in Muslim circles. Yet, what does society win if it succeeds to replace anti-Jewish by anti-Muslim? And it is just politically correct nonsense to say morally equivalently that we should be against both hatred against Jews and Muslims. So how to go about it then?
The solution lies in including the whole of European history.
Europe knew for thousands of years Christianity-inspired Jew-hatred. There were important exceptions, but they were mere exceptions.
Let’s not forget that the Holocaust debacle was a moral failure of Europe, not of the Jews. After the Auschwitz debacle, some churches tried to deal with their anti-Jewish bias. However, also today much work still needs to be done inside the churches and with the believers (from Christian BDS-supporters to Evangelical Zionists). A clear proof of belief in their own supremacy is that I never met a Christian who was ready to send baptized Jews back to Judaism.
Also, neither Europe or North America have repented in the sense of admitting its bloody past (before, during and after WW II, they denied entrance to Jewish refugees fleeing the Nazis), except for Germany. There is some shallow repentance in being friends of local Jews and/or Israel now, but the old dragons are still there from the unexamined past and it shows constantly.
The West still needs to clean up its anti-Jewish roots.
It also needs to understand and admit that Muslim anti-Jewish sentiment on its soil is only possible because the majority with its Christian background has not cleansed itself of anti-Semitism.
It’s not enough to state that most Muslims are peaceful (they are) and that the West should only confront the radicals. If clearly Christian North America and formerly and presently Christian Europe dealt with their animosity regarding Jews, Muslim Jew-hatred would die there.
(The demand that “Muslims clean up the Koran” is ridiculous. How Muslims can be true friends with the Jews is their task – not for any outsider without any knowledge or Islam authority to dictate.)
It is not the solution to replace blaming Jews for all ills by blaming Muslims for all ills.
It is much easier to play the victim of evil than to take responsibility for having been part of the evil forces, as proved the Austrians, Japanese, Palestinians, Poles, Dutch and neo-Nazis and White supremacists. But there is no other way than to take responsibility.
So, people and countries with a Western background, fight Muslim anti-Semitism by giving priority to questioning one’s own attitude towards Jews first and foremost and that of their ancestors.
(It is most irresponsible to say, which I heard often: It is unchristian to hate Jews so the people who called themselves Christian and hated Jews were not real Christians so I as a Christian do not need to associate myself with of distance myself from them.)
Then add to cleaning up your own home, that you also don’t tolerate anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism from non-Christian sources.
That’s hard but can be done. Replacing blaming Jews for all ills by blaming Muslims for all ills (or to blame Jews and Muslims equally) is easy but will not lead to improvement of one’s society. And hatred is the problem of the haters, not of the hated, so going from being a hater to being a hater is no progress. Nurturing Jew-hatred keeps one trapped in lies that hamper one’s own liberation – and distant from Jews, who so well could help one to free oneself from all oppression.