Cleveland Clinic Doctor caught threatening to murder a certain class of patients
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Name: Lara Kollab, MD.
Position: Resident at the famous Cleveland Clinic
Background: Graduate of Touro College, NY, which was founded and named after Jewish philanthropists. Speaks Arabic and English.
Opinions voiced on social media during her years as a college student and then medical student: Jews are dogs. Israel is like Nazi Germany. The Holocaust is a lie.
Famous quote: “I’ll purposely give the yahood [that’s the Arabic word for Jews] the wrong medicine.”
Status: Finally fired, five years into her career.
Remaining question: In her four years as a medical student and one year as a doctor, how many Jews did she poison? And how many other doctors think like her?
Interestingly, no mainstream media outlets are carrying the story. Just Fox, other right wing media, and Jewish media. The silence of the mainstream about antisemistism that ISNT from neonazis is deafening.
Last month in Brooklyn when four different Orthodox Jews were attacked (two were kids) in four different hate crimes, the attackers were one Hispanic (arrested), one Pakistani-origin Muslim (arrested), one black guy who beat an old Jewish man with a stick, and a group of men, background unknown, who beat up a child.
Silence from all media… except Jewish media. Because any examination of what Jews suffer not just from white, blue-eyed neo-Nazis but also at the hands of other minorities would disturb certain narratives.
January 5, 2019 at 9:24 PM #8950Cold Mountain TrailParticipant
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I imagine if there were some youd have posted it
she was a 1st year resident, not five years into her career.
The Cleveland Clinic confirmed this week that it fired Kollab in September when it learned of her remarks, CBS News reports. The hospital says that for a first-year resident, “multiple safeguards and direct supervision are required for patient care and prescribing medicine,” meaning she would have been unable to carry out her threat. The hospital stressed that there were no reports of patient harm connected to her work. The State Medical Board of Ohio says it issued Kollab a training certificate in July, but it is only valid if she is part of a training program. Kollab is a graduate of New York’s Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, which said Wednesday it was “appalled” by her remarks
The Canary Mission, a group that describes itself as “motivated by a desire to combat the rise in anti-Semitism on college campuses,” says it exposed tweets from 2011 to 2017 in which Kollab referred to “Jewish dogs,” called for violence against Jews, and said the Holocaust had been “exaggerated,” NBC News reports. In a 2012 tweet, she said she would “purposely give all the yahood the wrong meds,” using an Arabic term for Jewish people. She has now deleted her social media accounts.
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January 5, 2019 at 10:46 PM #8958Woman Hear Me Roar!!Participant
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Clearly the hatred that has dogged those of jewish faith will never go away. It is now okay to be anti-jew even on progressive blogs. What the State of Israel is not what jewish people do or believe – any more than any one of us here support most of what Trump, Congress or the House do to suppress and kill others.
Religious hatred is ugly – as is religion….
Finally women are being heard...finally women are roaring.....
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