My position on abortion, and indeed everything else, is not based on the Bible. The Bible is one book amongst many. It has nothing to say to me about any moral question at all. I note that people use the Bible to justify any and every position, but you need to believe that it has some power or influence to do that. I don't. I don't care what the Bible says and any argument based on it will be discounted by me.
To answer your question, no, I don't consider the number of abortions to be remotely equivalent to genocide or the Holocaust. For two reasons
Firstly the Holocaust, like all genocide, was aimed at removing a particular class of people. The decision was made by government, and the policy was enabled by and enforced by government. Abortion is aimed at ending a specific pregnancy for individual reasons. The decision vis made by an individual, every case is different, and there's no attempt to discriminate against a particular group of people. On the contrary. Abortion access is there to help and support vulnerable women .
Secondly, the unborn are not people. They are potentially people . For 1800 years Christians accepted that they are not people. A great many still do accept this. Vegetarians who argue that animals are people and compare meat eating with the Holocaust, are obviously making a flawed argument. So are anti-abortionists. It's for you to show that the unborn are people, not humans, I accept that fully, but people.