BLOOMFIELD HILLS (WWJ) -- In the wake of rapper Kanye West's escalating public anti-Semitism, a Metro Detroit synagogue was targeted Friday afternoon by a man shouting anti-Semitic rants and racial slurs.
The incident occurred at Temple Beth-el in Bloomfield Hills, located on Telegraph, near 14 Mile Rd.
According to Senior Rabbi Mark Miller, a man in a white van showed up in the parking lot during the usual Early Childhood Center (ECC) drop-off time. The man began filming families and verbally harassing them.
"[He was] asking them about Israel and making comments about that," said Rabbi Miller. "He also was hurling some racist epithets at some of our staff."
The man was also overheard saying, "Kanye was right."
This anti-Semitic act comes less than a day after Kanye West appeared on Alex Jones' Info Wars program, where he made numerous anti-Semitic comments and praised Hitler. Friday morning, West's Twitter account was suspended over a post depicting an altered image of the Star of David with a swastika inside.
Because Temple Beth-el prepares for potential threats, their security team was able to intervene right away. Bloomfield Township Police arrived shortly after, and the man was removed without further incident.