What is the difference between the migration of the Muslims to Medina and the migration of the Jews to Palestine?

Introduction
There is not a large difference between the migration of Muslims to Medina and the migration of Jews to Mandatory Palestine. In both cases you had a population of people who were distinguished by belonging to a religious community distinct from the surrounding peoples and were subject to discrimination and death threats from those surrounding peoples.

Differences
However, the fundamental difference was that when the Muslims came to Medina, they were actually well-received by the indigenous Medinan tribes. Conversely, when the Jews came to Mandatory Palestine, they were subject to violence from the Arab Settled Muslims or Fellahin. This resulted in conflict from the first moment of entry. Another key difference was that the Jews had a historic presence and special relationship with the lands that comprised Mandatory Palestine. There were Ancient Jewish sites in the land and Jews saw their migration as a return home. Contrarily, when the Muslims came to Medina, they still considered Mecca their true home and spiritual center, exerting all of their energies on conquering Mecca.