I don’t think it’s a pity. It’s a soiled and tarnished symbol that people can quickly recognise. Because of this, it does a lot of incredibly significant work.
It reminds us every time we see it that millions of people died as a consequence of hate. It’s also a pretty quick way to see if a modern person is a dangerous bigot.
It shouldn’t be celebrated, normalized, or displayed as neutral. But I think, as a radioactive symbol, it’s doing more important work than it was doing in the past.
It’s hard to find sympathy for a graphic becoming tarnished, when the new use is that it helps people remember how millions of human died. That’s not a less significant use.
More simply, I’d rather people had more reminders of the existence of the Holocaust, then the world having more decorative options in kimono-style dressing gowns.