"Maybe a statue of Satan himself, I would not want to say 'take it down,'" Greene said in the resurfaced video.
"Silence is complicity, and they are silent," Fred Guttenberg said of Republican leaders who haven't spoken out against Greene.
Leaders of Congress in both parties are condemning the controversial Georgia GOP congresswoman who compared COVID-19 mask mandates to requirements put on Jewish people during the Holocaust.
After coming under heavy scrutiny for comparing the House's mask mandate to the "yellow stars" Jewish people were marked with by Nazis, Greene continued to draw parallels on Tuesday saying that vaccine passports had the same effect.
The change.org petition is gathering support in the wake of the Georgia congresswoman's controversial remarks comparing mask mandates to the Holocaust.
GOP Rep. Liz Cheney said the Georgia congresswoman's remarks embodied "evil lunacy."
"I said nothing wrong," the Georgia congresswoman said about her remarks comparing mask mandates to the Holocaust.
"We always aim to get it right the first time and we apologize to the Auschwitz Memorial and Museum and the Jewish community at-large for this initial miss," Tripadvisor said.
"I defend the right of bigots and ignoramuses to say the Holocaust didn't occur," the famed attorney said.
Swastikas among other graffiti desecrated the Oregon Holocaust Memorial in Washington Park in Portland, Oregon.
President Joe Biden could write an important chapter in American history.
The longer the free world dithers, takes half measures, or compromises its morals for profits and cheap goods, the longer the enslavement and suffering of the innocent Uyghurs will continue.
The party tweeted its disdain for the proposed vaccine passport program, linking it to the symbol that Nazis used to persecute the Jews.
COVID-19 protesters comparing pandemic restrictions to the Holocaust led a Canadian Jewish group to condemn the "abuse" of the Holocaust's memory.
The justices should have berated Germany, not rewarded it.
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Anti-Defamation League issued a report critiquing the efforts of certain social media platforms in their responses to Holocaust denial content.
The mainstream political parties of late-1920s and 1930s Germany were only too willing to make concessions to the extreme right. We cannot repeat this fatal mistake.
International Holocaust Remembrance Day should signal a real commitment to respect and protect living Jews—not merely stand in moments of silence for six million dead Jews.
Some people are criticizing the company on social media for apparently ignoring complaints about similar items in the past.
The online retailer found selling clothing with the phrase 6MWE—a far-right term that stands for "6 million wasn't enough."
Dated May 7 of 1945, the letter was written by Jules Schelvis to his cousin Karel Stroz and is the earliest evidence from a Dutch survivor of the existence of Sobibor, a camp near Lublin in Poland.
The case of double standards against the Jews and the Jewish state is but one example of the failure of the international community to ensure consistent application of equal rights and laws for all.
We must recognize that racial hatred is not a uniquely Jewish problem, and that what starts with the Jews, seldom ever ends with the Jews.
Negotiations have resulted in further support payments to Holocaust survivors across the globe amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Take your children to a Holocaust memorial or a museum. Invite a survivor to your school, church or community organization.
While many praised the move as being the right one, some noted that it came 16 years after Facebook was created.
Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes defended Holocaust deniers in an anti-Semitic rant from 2017.