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Canary Mission Launches NEW Medical List

VITAL NEW RESOURCE IDENTIFYING POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS DOCTORS, NURSES, MED STUDENTS AND OTHER MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS.

Anti-Semitism has continued to rise. Anti-hate watchdog Canary Mission recognizes that for the sake of patient safety, there is an urgent need for greater scrutiny of medical professionals.

For this reason, Canary Mission has launched a NEW Medical List - a resource dedicated to helping the public become aware of anti-Semitic and bigoted doctors, nurses, med students and other medical professionals.

The list was launched on September 15th, 2020, with 45 medical professionals and students.

Canary Mission's New Resource Exposing Anti-Semitism
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ANTI-SEMITIC DOCTOR: WALID KHASS
Most of you will remember Canary Mission's exposure of Cleveland Clinic resident, Lara Kollab, who posted numerous anti-Semitic tweets, including a threat to give Jews “the wrong meds.” Just last month, Kollab’s medical license was permanently revoked by the Ohio State Medical Board. 

Kollab is one of many medical professionals that Canary Mission looked into. Another very concerning example is Walid Khass.

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In March 2017, Canary Mission published the profile of then-medical student, Khass. His social media was replete with threatening anti-Semitic posts, including "Kill the Jews" and "Go beat up a Zionist." However, Khass did not face any consequences for his statements — that is, until they went viral two years later.

By that point, Khass had secured a Pediatric Residency at the New York-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital. When the hospital learned about Khass’s bigoted views, they immediately attempted to sever their relationship with him by seeking a waiver from the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP). 

Following the NRMP’s outrageous refusal to grant the waiver, the hospital chose to break its contract with Khass. Khass successfully sued the hospital and was reinstated. However, the hospital is currently appealing that decision, citing their very real concern for patient safety.

A visit to a medical professional should be an experience of complete security. Medical professionals inhabit a powerful space in our society and they have a responsibility to be free from bias or bigotry. It is the antithesis of the medical profession for a practitioner to threaten patient safety with hateful or violent views.

Canary Mission’s Medical List is an important development to ensure patient safety, by making vital information about biased medical professionals publicly available for patients, practices and State Medical Boards.

MORE FROM THE MEDICAL LIST
Monty Rydel Stanton is listed as a Pharmacy Technician, license (200123), in Texas, which is set to expire in September 2021.

On June 2, 2017, while working as a licensed Pharmacy Technician, Rydel Stanton tweeted:
“It wasn't even 6 million fake Jews for Hitler to kill...Made up numbers to have the world feeling sorry for dey identity thieving a**.”

Yara Elhindi is listed on npidb.org as an active Behavior Technician in San Diego, CA. She was Program Manager at SUPPORT LIFE FOUNDATION, from “Jan 2019 - Present.” Elhindi was also a Project Coordinator at Rady Children’s Hospital - San Diego, from “Jan 2019 - Jul 2019.”

On March 11, 2016, while she was a Maternity Volunteer at a Children's hospital, Elhindi tweeted:
“YI5RIB BEYT IL YAHOOD. [May Allah destroy the homes of Jews].”

Abdul Kareem Alkadi is listed as a Registered Nurse, license (95135299), in California, which is set to expire in March 2021. Alkadi also once held a New York nursing license, as well as a Texas nursing license.

On January 15, 2013, while a Nursing student at the University of Buffalo, Alkadi tweeted:
“@Fat_K411 I was brutally beating a Jew!! My life calling is to take down these Jews! And if yu become one of them then I'm sorry..yur next!!"
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