Jewish success in science through history? What are you talking about Sassan?
Science started with Imhotep’s medicine in ancient Egypt, and Archimedes’s steam engines.
Oh, and Iranians going back 5000 years who invented the modern hospital system and modern drip-irrigation system, among other things. (I am ashamed that you are also Iranian).
Fast forward through the Renaissance to Leonardo da Vinci Galileo, Newton, Copernicus, Kepler and Leibniz etc etc etc.
Keep fast forwarding through the Agricultural Revolution and then the Industrial Revolution. Ignore in the meanwhile all the inventions of the Far East (such as the Chinese inventing the gyro) and the mathematics of India.
Finally you get to what, the last 200 years? Some tiny percentage of the history of science, when most of the foundations were already laid…
And then some jews show up in science.
And you think your poor grasp of science history is supposed to somehow justify racist op-ed columns in the Washington Post?