The tale of the jews betraying Jesus Christ seems to be a very archetypical "book end" event. (Granted, its not the end of the Bible, but book ends are a narrative device while the Bible is about what actually happened, so it doesn't line up as well)
Satan, in the beginning, did not agree to humans being the chosen ones because he felt he was superior to them.
Now consider the New Testament.
The jews expected the savior to be a warrior who would conquer the world for them. When he instead started accepting gentiles to salvation, they were outraged at this.
What are the chances those two events are mirrors to each other? Although in this interpretation jews would have been more malignant than Satan, since they're still chosen humans (Who didn't like that they would be standing along with gentiles), while Satan wouldn't be.