An Ohio doctor, Lara Kollab, was fired from her residency at the Cleveland Clinic after it was discovered that she posted extremely anti-Semitic comments online, including threats to give Jewish people “the wrong meds,” according to NBC.
Kollab has deleted all of her social media, but Canary Mission, a pro-Israel site that tracks anti-Semitism, has archived many of her posts as screenshots.
According to the Canary Mission, Kollab’s posts called for violence against Jews, defended Hamas, trivialized the Holocaust and repeatedly compared Israel to Nazi Germany. The group saved dozens of similar posts from 2011-2017.
In one now-deleted tweet from 2012, Kollab said, “ill purposely give all the yahood the wrong meds...” Yahood is an Arabic term for Jewish people. Other tweets made reference to “Jewish dogs” and said in Arabic, “Allah will take the Jews.”
“In no way do these beliefs reflect those of our organization,” the hospital said in a statement. Kollab worked at the hospital from July to September 2018.
“We fully embrace diversity, inclusion and a culture of safety and respect across our entire health system,” the statement continued.
Anti-Semites with similar views have begun giving Kollab positive reviews on the medical review website Vitals.
“I fully support this doctor and her beliefs. This is merica and we have something called the first amendment. jews are an evil tribe that poison our people everyday and make shekels off our suffering. i hate jews,” one review read.
Another got straight to the point: “Only good Jew is dead Jew,” it read.