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Jewish Scholar: Toure Comment ‘Disgusting,’ ‘Anti-Semitic’

Anti-Semitic tweet sets off firestorm
         

BY:  Washington Free Beacon Staff
May 27, 2014 10:39 am

MSNBC host Toure is under fire for a tweet that human rights activists called anti-Semitic and a desecration of the memory of those who perished in the Holocaust.

Responding to a Twitter user who recounted his family’s survival from concentration camps and immigration to the United States, Toure responded: “The power of whiteness.”

The remark sparked torrents of angry comments on Twitter and led the Simon Wiesenthal Center to accuse Toure of “reverse-racism” and “disgusting anti-Semitism.”

“It’s obviously absurd and smacks of intense and disgusting anti-Semitism. It’s reverse-racism basically,” Efraim Zuroff, Israel office director of the Simon Wiesenthal Center told the Blaze.

“There is no question that part of the anti-Semitism that we see has its roots in the form of jealousy. This is a perfect example: ‘Jews made it because they’re white and Jews,’” Zuroff said.

Both Toure and MSNBC have yet to respond to the controversy.

http://freebeacon.com/culture/jewish-scholar-toure-comment-disgusting-anti-semitic/
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