DIAGNOSIS HATE: Cleveland doc vowed to give Jews 'wrong meds'

Dr. Kollab was fired by The Cleveland Clinis after anti Semetic tweets surfaced

Dr. Kollab was fired by The Cleveland Clinis after anti Semetic tweets surfaced

Doctor behind numerous anti-Semitic posts and fired from Cleveland Clinic attended Orthodox Jewish college.

- In January 2012, she wrote: "I'll purposely give all the yahood [Jews] the wrong meds..."

- On her Twitter bio, she promised to "ferment rebellion in our children as yeast in the dough".

Kollab was sacked by elite Cleveland, Ohio hospital, which has the country's top ranked cardiovascular program, but she retains her medical licence.

"This individual was employed as a supervised resident at our hospital from July to September 2018", the hospital said in a statement Sunday carried by local media.

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. "An online compilation of Kollab's tweets showed she often referred to Jews as 'dogs, ' invoked Allah to kill them, and denigrated both Israel and the U.S".

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.

Her Twitter account is no longer active and the posts can't be viewed.

The Canary Mission report records dozens of statements made by Kollab calling for violence against Jews, defending Hamas, and supporting terrorists.

The hospital acknowledged that it had been "made aware" of Kollab's comments and that she no longer worked for the hospital.

The State Medical Board of OH says Kollab has been working with a training certificate issued in July 2018. "Input and feedback about the practices of Ohios medical providers are critical to the Medical Boards mission to ensure safe health care".

In a statement to cleveland19.com, the hospital confirmed that the doctor is no longer employed by the clinic.

"It is the mission of the State Medical Board of OH to protect the health and safety of all Ohioans".

Following the discovery of her "wrong meds" tweet, it was found out that Dr. Kollab has been posting anti-Semitic messages on social media for "years".

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