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Topic - Efraim Zuroff
MSNBC host Touré is accused of anti-Semitism after suggesting Friday that Holocaust survivors were able to succeed in America because they're white.
German prosecutors have reopened hundreds of dormant investigations of former Nazi death camp guards and others who now might be charged under a new precedent set by the conviction of John Demjanjuk, the Associated Press has learned.
Samuel Kunz, one of the world's most-wanted Nazi suspects who was under indictment on allegations he was involved in killing hundreds of thousands of Jews at a concentration camp in occupied Poland, has died, a Bonn court said Monday.
"In an attempt to comment on racism in post World War II America, I used a shorthand that was insensitive and wrong," he said. "I am very sorry and will make sure this doesn't happen again."
"It's obviously absurd and smacks of intense and disgusting anti-Semitism. It's reverse racism basically," the center's Efraim Zuroff told the Blaze.