Dozens of protesters gathered Thursday outside the Queens home of a former Nazi guard.

Members of the group called for the deportation of Jakiw Palij.

Palij worked as a guard at a concentration camp in German-occupied Poland but has previously said he never killed anyone.

In 2004, the U.S. ordered him to be deported but no country would take him

Thursday’s protest comes as Jews around the world mark the anniversary of Kristallnacht, which is widely considered to be the night the Holocaust started.

 "We don't want evil people to be living freely in our society. My parents, for example, were Holocaust survivors. Why would they have to walk down the same street as a Nazi war criminal?" said Rabbi Zev Friedman.

Last month, the entire New York State congressional delegation signed a letter to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson calling for Palij to be deported.