John 18 and 19
The "Jews" are mentioned seven times in John 18, and twelve times in John 19. Since these are the chapters of Christ's Passion - the story of His trial and crucifixion - this places a heavy amount of blame on the Jewish people. These verses have been cited in Anti-Semitic rhetoric, blaming the Jewish people for the death of Jesus.
It is important to avoid perpetuating this problem, and one may do so by replacing "Jews" with "people," especially in the Passion narrative in John.