Allah-Loving Female Doctor Threatens Jewish Patients In Cleveland … GETS FIRED!
By Jay Sekulow
Anti-Semitism should not be tolerated in any setting – least of all in an environment where medical personnel take a pledge to provide care and comfort to patients. But that’s exactly what’s at the center of a controversial case unfolding in Ohio.
Physician Lara Kollab, a first-year resident at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic, took part in social media rants that included anti-Semitic hate speech and dangerous threats.
In her tweets, Kollab referred to Jewish people as dogs, downplayed the Holocaust, and said she was “brutally unsympathetic” about it. She said “Allah will kill the Jews” and threatened to “purposely give all the termites the wrong meds.”
Should a doctor who makes threats about giving Jews the wrong medication with the intent to cause harm be entitled to practice medicine? The answer is no. The medical license should be permanently revoked. Threats to cause harm must never be tolerated in any setting, including the medical field.
Kollab de-activated or deleted all of her social media accounts after her tweets went viral.
The Cleveland Clinic quickly came forward with a statement denouncing the resident’s racist comments and assuring the public she was no longer in its employ: “She is no longer working at Cleveland Clinic. In no way do these beliefs reflect those of our organization.”