Amazon is still selling the antisemitic movie promoted by NBA star Kyrie Irving, prompting protest from the Brooklyn Nets and Anti-Defamation League.

The Nets suspended Irving indefinitely and Irving has apologized for backing the movie and initially refusing to apologize. On Friday, the team and the ADL sent a letter to Amazon asking that the movie be taken down or come attached with a contextual warning explaining why the content is problematic.

In the letter obtained by the Washington Post, the Nets and ADL express their concerns with the continued sale of the movie that includes misinformation regarding the Holocaust and attributes fake quotes to Hitler.

"The book and the film are designed to inflame hatred and, now that it was popularized by Mr. Irving, will lead directly to the harm of Jews," said the letter.

Irving and the Nets each agreed to donate $500,000 to the organization after Irving's promotion of the controversial film.

The ADL refused Irving's donation after he initially refused to apologize.

ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt announces the rejection of Kyrie Irving's $500,000 donation.

The movie "Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America" also has a book companion and both are Amazon best-sellers.

The film had to undergo review before being sold on Amazon, but the New York Times reports that Amazon declined to show how both the movie and book do not violate Amazon's prohibitions on hate speech.

Amazon has long been hesitant to remove controversial books and movies, but has acted swiftly in the past. In 2021, following the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, Amazon removed "The Turner Diaries," a white supremacist novel that depicts a violent attack and overthrow of the U.S. government.