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Doctor who tweeted that she would 'purposely give Jews the wrong medications' still has her medical licence despite being condemned by the Cleveland Clinic where she worked after it emerged she has been posting anti-Semitic messages for years(10 Pics)

A doctor who tweeted that she would 'purposely give all the Jews the wrong meds' has been found to have been posting anti-Semitic messages on social media for years.
Dr Lara Kollab, 27, a former resident at The Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio, wrote in now-deleted posts that she hoped 'Allah will kill the Jews' and referred to Jewish people as 'dogs'.
The Cleveland Clinic has since condemned Dr Kollab, who retains her medical license, and confirmed that she is no longer working at the hospital.
Dr Lara Kollab, 27, a former resident at The Cleveland Clinic, Ohio, wrote in now-deleted posts that she hoped 'Allah will kill the Jews' and referred to Jewish people as 'dogs'
Dr Lara Kollab, 27, a former resident at The Cleveland Clinic, Ohio, wrote in now-deleted posts that she hoped 'Allah will kill the Jews' and referred to Jewish people as 'dogs'
Hatred: Dr Kollab also tweeted that she would give Jewish patients the wrong medication 
Hatred: Dr Kollab also tweeted that she would give Jewish patients the wrong medication 
Writing in Arabic, she says she wants to destroy Jewish homes, hashtagging that she 'say this a lot', and that she wishes Allah would end the lives of Jews
Writing in Arabic, she says she wants to destroy Jewish homes, hashtagging that she 'say this a lot', and that she wishes Allah would end the lives of Jews
'This individual was employed as a supervised resident at our hospital from July to September 2018,' Cleveland Clinic said in a statement, adding that 'in no way do these beliefs reflect those of our organization'.
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.
In January 2012, she wrote: 'ill purposely give all the yahood [Jews] the wrong meds…' [sic], and in October that year she said the Holocaust had been 'exaggerated'.
In August 2013, Dr. Kollab wrote in Arabic, 'May Allah take back [end the lives] of the Jews so we stop being forced to go to those unclean ones,' according to The Jerusalem Post. 
Citing a series of tweets screen-grabbed by the Canary Mission website, Times of Israel said the 27-year-old had been making anti-Semitic comments on social media from 2011 to 2017. 
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.
A series of Dr Kollab's tweets were screen-grabbed by the Canary Mission website, showing that she made anti-Semitic comments on social media from 2011 to 2017
A series of Dr Kollab's tweets were screen-grabbed by the Canary Mission website, showing that she made anti-Semitic comments on social media from 2011 to 2017
Dr Kollab, who is of Palestinian heritage, was awarded her medical degree by a Jewish-affiliated college in New York last year.
Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine has since expressed their shock at hearing of Dr Kollab's anti-Semitic views. 
'Touro College is appalled by the anti-Semitic comments reportedly made by Lara Kollab, a graduate of the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine,' the medical school said in a statement.
Dr Kollab has deactivated all her social media accounts, including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn since her tweets were exposed
A majority of the now-deleted tweets were posted while Dr Kollab was a university student, before she went on to get her medical degree from a Jewish-affiliated college in New York
A majority of the now-deleted tweets were posted while Dr Kollab was a university student, before she went on to get her medical degree from a Jewish-affiliated college in New York
Anger: The Cleveland Clinic, pictured, has condemned Dr Kollab and confirmed that she stopped working as a resident there in September 2018
Anger: The Cleveland Clinic, pictured, has condemned Dr Kollab and confirmed that she stopped working as a resident there in September 2018
Outrage: Dr Kollab graduated from the Jewish-affiliated Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine last year, and the college has since expressed shock and anger over her comments
Outrage: Dr Kollab graduated from the Jewish-affiliated Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine last year, and the college has since expressed shock and anger over her comments
'The mission of Touro College is to educate, perpetuate and enrich the historic Jewish tradition of tolerance and dignity.
'We are shocked that one of our graduates would voice statements that are antithetical to Touro and to the physicians’ Hippocratic Oath.' 
Dr Kollab has since de-activated or deleted all her social media accounts.

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