March 10, 2008, - 12:21 pm

Guess the Religion, Medical Edition #349,974: Fake Cancer Warnings for Halal Money

By Debbie Schlussel
On this site, I’ve written repeatedly about jihadist doctors and medicine, “Religion of Peace” style. I’ve written about the jihadist Muslim doctor cell in Britain and their failed multiple terrorist attacks last summer, Islamic doctors who led various Islamic terrorist groups, who murdered patients to harvest organs, who murdered patients because they were Jewish, and who cut off hands of cadavers to give them as gifts to stripper girlfriends.
But you’ll never see that in the movies. (Gary Busey only plays fictional Jewish doctors who commit these sickening crimes on-screen, even though there is no record of a Jewish doctor ever having done thse things.)
Now, the latest doctor in this never-ending, real-life jihadist version of the movie, “Coma,” is Dr. Ali Moayed. Moayed, a urologist, lied to elderly patients who could not speak English, telling them they had cancer, so he could collect on phony insurance claims.


First, Do Harm

Since his defrauded patients were poor people who are apparently Latino aliens, it sounds like Dr. Moayed was running one of the medical mills my late father, an honest Medical Doctor decried, in which the poor are treated in mass volume numbers, receive poor medical treatment, and the unscrupulous doctor cleans up on questionable insurance claims.
This story is horrifying:

A Los Gatos doctor was sentenced Friday to three months in jail and three months of house arrest for falsely telling an 87-year-old patient he had prostate cancer and convincing him to undergo unnecessary therapy in which tiny radioactive rods were inserted into him with needles.
Ali Moayed, 41, was also accused of falsifying pathology reports for two other patients and recommending they undergo the treatment, known as brachytherapy. Moayed’s deception was uncovered before those two men had the procedure, Santa Clara County prosecutors said. All three instances were in 2005.
All three victims were older men who spoke English as a second language, Deputy District Attorney Bill Butler said.
Moayed pleaded guilty Jan. 25 to one count each of felony elder abuse and felony insurance fraud.
It’s still unclear why the urologist engaged in the deception. Moayed received about $5,000 in insurance payments for the treatment, but the amount was paltry compared with his income and property holdings, prosecutors said. [DS: Um, ever heard of greed? Hello . . . ? Then, there is the concept of “Halal Money,” money that is extra special because it is garnered by ripping off non-Muslims. That’s what this is.]
“There was no financial angle to this,” Butler said. “We may never have the answer.” [DS: Um, repeat comment above.]
During a California Medical Board hearing before he surrendered his license, Moayed told investigators the three patients were going to get cancer anyway, Butler said. . . .
Moayed had 16 to 20 radioactive “seeds” – rods or pellets about the size of a grain of rice – implanted in the 87-year-old man during an operation, Butler said. The man was under anesthesia during the procedure, he said.
Moayed told the patient that he had prostate cancer just weeks after the man’s son had died of another form of cancer, prosecutors said.
“He had just buried his son, and the doctor was aware of that,” Butler said. “That’s the thing that’s really appalling about this.”
As part of his plea deal, Moayed will be required to perform 100 hours of community service and serve three years of probation after being released from jail. He was sentenced to 90 days of actual jail time and can serve the rest of his sentence under electronic monitoring. [DS: A slap on the wrist. Sickening.]
Moayed was also ordered to pay $50,000 to the California Medical Board for investigative costs and about $5,000 in restitution to Medi-Cal.
Moayed also paid $75,000 to the man who underwent the procedure and $12,500 to the two who didn’t.
“He’s never going to practice medicine again,” Butler said.

That’s little comfort to the elderly people he traumatized or the insurance companies he ripped off, who pass the costs on to customers.
What’s even more nauseating than what ex-doctor Moayed did is that he got a slap on the hand. The guy should be doing 5-10 years in prison.
Thanks to reader Duane for the tip.

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6 Responses

I can’t say I’m surprised. Who says the West wants to win the war against Islam? Its too busy to hold Muslim doctors who allow infidel patients to become sick and die accountable. Making nice nice with the enemies of the West will only ensure the West is taken over by the Crescent. Perhaps within a generation.

NormanF on March 10, 2008 at 1:50 pm

“He’s never going to practise medicine again.”
He isn’t going to pay either.
My bet says he skates and returns to the middle east.
Think they’ll consider him a flight risk?
*Notice I’m not holding my breath**

SamAdams on March 10, 2008 at 2:28 pm

It also wouldn’t suprise me if Moayed were attempting his own Mengele-style research. Perhaps aiming for a larger payout for the development of a new weapon to use against the infidels.
The paltry insurance sum doesn’t make sense in and of itself.

XRDC on March 10, 2008 at 5:20 pm

It’s terrible when Drs of any faith defraud their patients, but to say that this is something Muslims do, but not Jews, is blowing propagandist smoke rings up our silken behinds, because the Sovereign’s initial premise is either a lie or, at best, assumption lacking evidence to support a prejudice.
Proof? SO glad you asked!
“The Israeli newspaper, Haaretz, reports that four senior Israeli doctors accused of conducting illegal medical experiments without informed consent on elderly patients-many with dementia-were arrested.”
“An ophthalmologist accused of conducting unnecessary eye surgery on mentally ill residents of adult homes in New York City surrendered to the authorities yesterday and was charged with health care fraud, officials said.”
Here’s an Israeli-run purchased-organ transplant ring, using substandard practices:
“Senior doctors and legal experts said Israel is the only western state whose health institutions finance organ trade. Most organ transplant cases involve senior Israeli doctors from large hospitals, doctors said”
(By Ran Reznick, Haaretz (Israel), December 5, 2003)
“I wonder whether they ever thought of the number of human lives of young able-bodied men aged 25-35 they are extinguishing in order to save the lives of their affluent and sick citizens. If the society can permit such norms then I wonder why there was such a hue and cry over the Nazi experimentations. Furthermore how can the doctors of any nation be involved in such a heinous activity? Should the world today encourage different notions of civilization and medical ethics for their citizens versus others?”
Ok, I can go on and on (yawn), there are literally thousands of these cases in Israel alone, but surely any open-minded reader gets the point: Muslim criminal Drs are no worse than Israeli ones.
“Above all, do not bullshit.”
yawning gulf

yawninggulf on March 10, 2008 at 9:17 pm

Re: “the amount was paltry compared to his income”
This assumes his other income was legitimate. Are we to believe that he was an honest doctor who just committed these three crimes and got caught his first time out? This is just what they are able to prove and they are happy to put him out of business.

Papa Bear on March 11, 2008 at 3:48 pm

What this guy did is sick, and given his net worth, it doesn’t make any sense. Yet, comments in this site are even worse! I dont’ know how religion, juhad and islam got mixed up here, let alone Halal money!
This guy is ANYTHING but religious! For anyone (and I do, unfortunately!) who knows him, he is a big drinker, loves good wine and booze, doens’t know anything about Islam, or any other religion, and doesn’t care either. He probably doesn’t even know what Halal means!
So, as much as we love to make a / any religion the excuse for people’s wrong doing, here and in this case, that argument doesn’t stand a chance.
So, please people, let’s stop making comments and excuses that don’t make any sense, justifying things with what fits our arguments, and adding fuel to the religious fire that is buring the world. Instead, let’s focus on understanding the real reasons for why people do wrong, and limit the damage they can do to the society.
As I said, the guy didn’t need the money, his wrong actions had nothing to do with religion and the sum he got was so insignificant compared to his net worth (he owns a lot of real estate). So, Niether money nor religoin are the motivations.

Mary on May 9, 2008 at 4:58 pm

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