July 6, 2007, - 6:32 pm
UPDATE on Muslim Terrorist Doctors: Suspect Docs Tried to Enter U.S.; Dr. Wameeth Fadhli of Texas; A Cassandra American Doctor Warned Us
By Debbie Schlussel
News today that two of the Muslim Doctor Terrorists from the foiled British bomb plots and Glasgow Airport attack TRIED TO ENTER THE U.S. and started the process to enter Medical residency programs here. More on that below.
Then, there is Dr. Wameeth Fadhli of Galveston, Texas, who practiced at the University of Texas Hospital. He waited in his vehicle and shot several times at a random, unarmed infidel bicyclist in Galveston, trying to kill him. The 22-year-old man on the bicycle suffered wounds to his chest and shoulder and was in critical condition. (SueBob’s Diary first brought him to my attention, last summer, when I first wrote about him.) Reader Joel S. reminds me that I forgot to add Fadhli to my updated list of Muslim terrorist doctors, and he has now been added. And Joel asks whatever happened to Dr. Fadhli. I did some checking and learned from the Court that Dr. Fadhli is scheduled for pre-trial on July 20th and trial on July 30th. Stay tuned.
I want to introduce you to Adam Frederic Dorin, M.D., a practicing anesthesiologist who trained at the prestigious Johns Hopkins, has an MBA, and has written extensively on medical terrorism and Islamic doctors and jihad–well before the last two weeks events (as I have). He maintains an important website on this topic, Jihad and American Medicine/Preventing Medical Terrorism. He also has a book coming out very soon, “Jihad and American Medicine: Thinking Like a Terrorist to Anticipate Attacks via our Health System.” Dr. Dorin was inspired to study and write about this topic, when on 9/11, he watched Muslim doctors from the Middle East vehemently cheering and praising the televised replays of the attacks on America:
Three thousand United States citizens were slaughtered on 9-11-01. On that fateful day, foreign doctors stood on American soil–with work VISAs and an opportunity for a better life in hand–and rejoiced at our suffering.
Now, back to those Muslim doctors from the British plots who tried to get into America and wouldn’t have failed in that quest, had they pursued it before the foiled attacks.
As I’ve now written several times (even before the British Doctor Attacks), we have special visas for doctors and they often get in very, very easily. I’ve also asked and answered what Department of Homeland Security Secretary, Michael “Serpenthead” Chertoff a/k/a “Mr. Burns” is doing to change this. A repeat of the answer: NOTHING. This, even though we know that these two doctors–had they completed the immigration process–and any and all of the eight medically-trained suspects in the British plots could have easily entered the U.S.
They would have gotten in because they had clean records and a medical degree. And even if they had not entered the U.S. through residency programs, they could have gotten here via other avenues. They could have applied for one of the many visas granted for the purpose of being a doctor in small town America and–like many Muslim doctors who get those visas–gone elsewhere. Or they could have applied to be a doctor at one of the many university programs. Because we have plenty of doctors at university hospitals. Therefore, we need to recruit more from the “Religion of Peace.” Like “shipping coal to Newcastle.”
Hasn’t Done a Thing
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