OH doctor tweeted she would purposefully give Jewish patients wrong meds

Cleveland hospital no longer employs Muslim doctor who made violent anti-Jewish remarks on social media

Cleveland hospital no longer employs Muslim doctor who made violent anti-Jewish remarks on social media

A Cleveland hospital has fired a resident after anti-Semitic comments and threats to give the Jewish people "the wrong meds" surfaced on social media.

The statement does not explicitly state that Kollab was sacked as a result of the tweets, however, Cleveland 19, The Jerusalem Post and several other media outlets have reported that was the case.

In a particularly egregious post, she tweeted, "hahha ewww. ill purposely give all the yahood [Jews] the wrong meds..."

In November, the Canary Mission website published a compilation of dozens of her tweets - dating from 2011 to 2017 - in which she called for violence against Jews, called them "dogs", minimized the Holocaust, likened Israel to the Nazi regime and claimed Zionists control United States media and schools.

The Cleveland Clinic said in its statement that it became aware of the social media posts by Lara Kollab, 27, who worked at the clinic from July to September 2018, and that her beliefs conflicted with those of the clinic.

During her time as a medical student, Dr Kollab, from Westlake, Cleveland, posted a series of anti-Semitic and Holocaust-minimizing posts on Twitter under the alias Elle Kay - believed to be representing her initials L.K.

Lara Kollab has been identified as the fired Cleveland Clinic employee behind anti-Semitic comments that appeared on social media, a report said.

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"Yahood" is Arabic for "Jew".

The Cleveland Clinic has since condemned Dr Kollab, who retains her medical license, and confirmed that she is no longer working at the hospital.

This individual was employed as a supervised resident at our hospital from July to September 2018. In no way do these beliefs reflect those of our organization. "We fully embrace diversity, inclusion and a culture of safety and respect across our entire health system", the Cleveland Clinic said in a statement posted online.

Kollab has also trivialized the Holocaust and defended the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas.

According to the state of OH, her medical license was issued in July 2018 and won't expire until June 2021.

Strangely, Kollab graduated from Touro College Of Osteopathic Medicine with a D.O.in 2018, which is an expressly Jewish Orthodox institution.

Kollab attended Touro College of Medicine in New York City, which issued a statement on its Twitter feed.

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