By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia remains outraged that the president of the NAACP’s Philadelphia chapter apparently still has a job after they say he made an anti-Semitic online.

Minister Rodney Muhammad shared the post on Facebook on July 24.

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Several political and religious leaders have called for Muhammad’s resignation, including Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf.

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The JFGP says the NAACP has refused to remove Muhammad from his position.

The federation said in a statement, “We are extremely disappointed with the NAACP for excusing Mr. Muhammad’s anti-Semitic posts. Our obligation to oppose hate and discrimination will prevent us from working with the Philadelphia chapter while Mr. Muhammand is employed there.”

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On Thursday, Muhammad has said he regrets the insult and pain that he caused the Jewish community.