That’s a rather post-modern revisionist take on Nietzsche, I’d assert. Reading his writings, it’s difficult to make the claim that he had a positive outlook on Jewish religion, culture, or ethnicity.
The best analysis I recall reading about the question was a review of a book (which itself claimed Nietzsche wasn’t anti-semitic). The reviewer commented that Nietzsche might not have been considered an anti-Semite in the context of the time and place of his life, but his words are certainly considered anti-Semitic now.
In any case, the OP’s statement really is a restatement of Nietzsche’s commentary on the motivation behind the genesis of the Hebrew faith.