Its blatantly false.
Maimonides writing in 1172 noted the suffering of his people under Arab hands, as quoted in Bostom's The Legacy of Islamic Antisemitism: From Sacred Texts to Solemn History:
God has hurled us in the midst of this people, the Arabs, who have persecuted us severely, and passed baneful and discriminatory legislation against us, as Scripture has forewarned us, "Our enemies themselves shall judge us" (Deut. 32:3 1). Never did a nation molest, degrade, debase, and hate us as much as they...
Albert M Hyamson, in his 1917 book Palestine, the rebirth of an ancient people (online and fully digitized) describes life as a dhimmi, in pre-state Israel
The Jews here are still sorely oppressed by the Turks: they are robbed, injured and insulted, and have no appeal. Every man doeth that which is right in his own eyes. A Turk will enter a shop and demand so much money; if the poor man threatens to go to a judge, he is told, 'My sword is the judge- give or take the consequences!' This has really happened since our return to a poor Jew and was told us by another Jew
Quoting Benjamin II, 1847
Deep misery and continual oppression are the right words to describe the condition of the Children of Israel in the land of their fathers
They are entirely destitute of every legal protection and every means of safety.
In the strict sense of the word, the Jews are not even masters of their own property. They do not even venture to complain when they are robbed and plundered; for the vengeance of the Arabs would be sure to follow each complaint....
Their lives are taken into as little consideration as their property: they are exposed to the caprice of any one...Violence of every kind is a daily occurrence
Systematic violence against the Jewish people was rampant throughout the Arab world. This map
from The Point of No Return, put to rest once and for all, the myth of the Arab Jewish golden era of co-existence:Massacres of Jews by Muslims before 1948