"I think people also have a weird fear of people who look like them but do not believe the same thing they do fundamentally".
"[As] a Jewish person I was fed a huge amount of lies about Israel my entire life", Rogen said during his appearance.
"I'm not racist, you know".
Other messages said Jews controlled business interests and should get out of Israel because it "is not your country".
Facebook deactivated his accounts on Tuesday and Twitter permanently banned him on Wednesday.
But Twitter's decision only followed a 48-hour boycott launched by several United Kingdom celebrities and members of parliament for leaving some of his posts visible for hours.
"As a black media outlet, we are here to give our people a voice", the statement said.
British police said they were investigating some of his statements and interior minister Priti Patel called his posts "abhorrent".
But it said the decision was "too little, too late".
"It is at least a start for this deeply irresponsible social network", the group added.
In a sitdown with Sky News, Wiley, real name Richard Cowie Jr., spoke about what he framed as "generalizing" when it came to his comments, which led to a falling out with his Jewish manager.
"Judaism teaches that the concept of forgiveness constitutes one of the most essential fundamentals of the human relationship with God and with each other", Woolf tweeted.
Marie van der Zyl, president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, said: "It appears that Twitter has now suspended the account of Richard Cowie, or Wiley, six days after he began an extended anti-Semitic rant and almost all the way through a 48-hour walkout from Twitter by the Jewish community and its allies". I am speaking to key figures in my community in light of today's tweets.
"The music industry people that I'm talking about, they are the ones who get to benefit from it, that's what this is all about", he said.
"It's systemic racism from their side", Wiley said.