Next to the image of a hook-nosed caricatured Jew, “a quote falsely attributed to French philosopher Voltaire: “To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize”

Philly NAACP president shares anti-Semitic meme with misattributed neo-Nazi quote
by Max Marin and Nina Feldman
July 24, 2020

Philadelphia NAACP president Rodney Muhammad shared a meme that depicted an anti-Semitic cartoon next to photos of Black celebrities who recently came under fire for their own allegedly anti-Semitic comments. Shared Thursday on Muhammad’s public Facebook page, the meme referenced the backlash against Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson, actor/rapper Ice Cube and comedian/TV host Nick Cannon, who have all attracted attention recently for advancing theories that blame Jewish people for the plight of Black Americans. Cannon and Jackson have since apologized for their recent posts, while Ice Cube doubled down. READ MORE

JEWISH JOURNAL British Rapper Tweets ‘Jewish People You Make Me Sick’ After Being Accused of Anti-Semitism Among the tweets Wiley, born Richard Kylea Cowie Jr., has been under fire for tweeting that there are “2 sets of people who nobody has really wanted to challenge #Jewish & #KKK [Ku Klux Klan] but being in business for 20 years you start to understand why.”…Wiley doubled down on his tweets after several people on Twitter accused him of anti-Semitism. “I’m not anti-semetic [sic] I’m anti slippery people,” he tweeted. “There’s a difference.”

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