Muslim Doctor at Cleveland Clinic Pledged to Poison Jewish Patients

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CNN’s coverage makes no mention of openly anti-Semitic doctor being Muslim

[Following excerpts from CNN’s coverage today, we go to other news sources to discover the motives of the medical resident who threatened to poison Jews. – Ed.]

CNN – A Jewish human rights organization is calling for the license of an Ohio doctor to be revoked after saying she would intentionally give Jewish patients the wrong medication.

Dr. Lara Kollab was a first-year resident at Cleveland Clinic from July to September 2018.

Her term was supposed to last until July 2019, but the Cleveland Clinic said when her now-deleted social media posts came to light the clinic conducted an internal review.

“Her departure was related to those posts and she has not worked at Cleveland Clinic since September,” the medical center said in a statement.

Eileen Sheil, Cleveland Clinic’s executive director of corporate communications, told CNN that although Kollab’s license is still instated, she does not have the ability to practice medicine at this time.

Kollab was only licensed as a trainee, Sheil said, “which means she has to be part of a residency and she is currently not a resident anywhere.”

CNN has attempted to reach out to Kollab.

Even though Kollab is no longer a medical resident, the Simon Wiesenthal Center says there is more to be done to keep the public safe.

“This person remains a menace to the community-at-large … through her hatred,” said a statement from the center.

“We urge authorities to investigate if her threats could be prosecuted,” the statement said. SOURCE. 

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Muslim Doctor’s Rabid Anti-Semitic Ideology Revealed (Just Not By CNN) – Those who enter the medical profession do so for a number of reasons.

Some do so for the prestige that comes with being a doctor while others join the profession for its pecuniary rewards.

Many have an innate love for the practice of medicine and truly desire to dedicate their life’s work toward healing the sick. Often, it is a combination of all these factors.

There are of course, occasional genetic mutations within the human gene pool that produce insidious individuals whose motivations for entering the medical profession are nothing but malevolent.

They are a rare breed but unfortunately, do exist.

One such individual was Joseph Mengele, a Nazi doctor who conducted unfathomable brutal medical experiments on his unfortunate Jewish victims during the Holocaust.

Another such individual is the rabidly anti-Semitic Lara Kollab, a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, who graduated in 2018 and received her DO degree from Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Kollab’s social media history is replete with anti-Semitic canards and conspiracy theories.

According to online sources, Kollab was employed as a supervised resident at the Cleveland Clinic.

According to a statement released by the Clinic, Kollab only worked there from July 2018 and was terminated in September 2018.

The Cleveland Clinic stated that Kollab’s views are in no way reflective of the views of the Cleveland Clinic.

Kollab is not Mengele but her past social media profile, laced with vile anti-Semitic calumnies and conspiracy theories, is worthy of another infamous Nazi, Joseph Goebbels. Kollab, who is a supporter of the Hamas terrorist group, claims that Zionists control the media and Israel “runs America.”

She routinely refers to Jews as “dogs,” and often expresses the desire to carry out violence and inflict harm on Jews.

She frequently trivializes the Holocaust or questions its veracity.

But what truly stands out as perhaps her vilest tweet – and there were many – was the one where she expressed her desire to provide her Jewish patients with the wrong medication in an effort to injure or kill them. Mengele anyone? Read more. 


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