April 16, 2008, - 3:01 pm

Would You Like a Koran With That Cancer Treatment?

By Debbie Schlussel
My friends, KGS of Tundra Tabloids and “D,” noticed that the first Muslim free medical clinic just opened in Ohio, with CAIR’s man, Muslim Congressman Keith Ellison, at the tiny grand opening. Why would a Congressman from Minnesota go to another state to honor the opening of the Muslim Clinic of Ohio, a small medical clinic?
Well, maybe, because it’s the latest step in a grand scheme to offer free healthcare to the needy . . . and then impress upon them the virtues of a certain religion held by all of the doctors and financiers of this clinic. Actually, not maybe. For certain. It’s the latest way to entice new converts into Islam. They help you get better and then show you “the way” to get “completely better.” A similar clinic was started here in Michigan (though it didn’t fare well):


Congressman Keith Ellison Helps Open the Latest Effort in Islamic Conversion

At least 15 Muslim primary care physicians are signed up and credentialed to work at The Muslim Clinic of Ohio, Dr. Ramzieh Azmeh, the co-founder of the clinic, told the Dayton Daily News.
Azmeh, a board certified internist and pediatrician, added that another 50 specialists are also ready to contribute.
America’s first Muslim congressman, Keith Ellison, was present at the clinic’s grand opening on Sunday morning. Ellison, a Minnesota Democrat, famously used a Quran once owned by Thomas Jefferson at his swearing-in.
The clinic is the brainchild of the Dayton Mercy Society, a Muslim group that promotes community service and Islamic values.
“Our goal is to engage the Muslim community in outreach work and let people know that Muslims are part of this community,” Dr. Alkhawaga, who sits on the board of the society, told the Dayton Daily News.

Sure it is. My friend, “D,” an Arab-American non-Muslim who saw this, writes:

Another way to be loved by Americans, hence infiltrating, recruiting and using them for their cause. Hezbollah/Palestinian style.

The question is: Is this clinic completely “free,” or are American taxpayers helping to foot the bill through Medicaid and Medicare reimbursements? If the latter is the case–which is likely–there are possible church/state issues here? Oops, I forgot–there is no mosque/state separation. It only applies to every single other religion.
The other issue is this: If the clinic does get federal funding, who will monitor what goes on there? Answer: No-one. Medical privacy laws, like HIPAA, shield any meaningful form of investigation. And, aside from that, the feds look the other way when it comes to Islam, anyhow. Don’t expect that to change here.
Another issue: Can you, an infidel, trust that you’ll get proper medical care from a Muslim doctor . . . especially if you refuse to convert? Don’t bet on it. As I’ve noted, there have been many cases of Muslim doctors in America maltreating non-Muslim patients. The story of Joseph Applebaum’s murder at the hands of Dr. Osama Ahmed Ibrahim is a primer in that.
Again, read Tundra Tabloids’ insightful commentary on this latest example of Dawa. . . or as I like to call it, Muslim penicillin.


First, Do Harm

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14 Responses

It figures that the founder would be a pediatrician. Do they have lots of obstetricians too? Just another way we are financing our enemies.

c f on April 16, 2008 at 3:33 pm

I want no religion if I’m in a hospital.

KOAJaps on April 16, 2008 at 3:46 pm

This is no big deal. Lots of medical facities in the U.S. have their origins with religious groups. For example, Baylor University Medical center had its start as Texas Baptist Memorial Sanitarium. It was founded with support from the Baptist church and Baptist General Convention of Texas. (this is where the Bush W. twins were born)

PrincessKaren on April 16, 2008 at 4:29 pm

    Wow! Somebody dared tyo asked that question. It’s amazing that when you go onto the KKK website and the Aryan Nation Website they claim to be Christian Organization and everyone on here no the 1000s of deaths and acts of terrorism they have caused and continue to train for today, but of course they don’t count.

    I cannot afford get healthcare because I have a medical condition known as “cluster Headaches’ and health insurance have declined to cover me, so I go to a free medical center in the City of San Bernardino CA (have been for 5 years) that is an Islamic Medical Center and I have recieved the best care better than I had whn I had health insurance through my old job. not one time have they mentioned Islam or any other religion. My Jewish Neighbor was the one who introduced me to it. Wow, a Jew referring me to a Muslim Clinic and uses them his self. Muslims have been in this country since before the American Revelution that’s how Jefferson got a Qu’ran in the first place.

    Smiles on November 5, 2010 at 1:29 pm

      and Yes I know I have several typos

      Smiles on November 5, 2010 at 1:31 pm

    Uh….crusaders. Oh forgot….not a high standard of education or intelligence on this website

    Selma on March 29, 2014 at 8:41 pm

On the other hand, every cloud has a silver lining. At least if the Muslim doctors are there at that clinic, they won’t be seeing non-Muslim patients during that time — less damage to the rest of us.

c f on April 16, 2008 at 9:26 pm

Debbie: what is this organization? It seems to be connected to the Muslim Clinic “movement”.

sonomaca on April 16, 2008 at 10:31 pm

Here’s another, opened last week:
Same organization involved, the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding. Seems to be a full-court press. Where does this ISPU get its money?

sonomaca on April 16, 2008 at 10:37 pm

Here’s an intersting tidbit from the ISPU March 2006 newsletter:
“Hamas Victory: New Challenges
Muqtedar Khan, ISPU fellow, offers a
rare perspective on the recent Hamas
victory arguing this provides several
opportunities to American policy makers.
It forces Hamas and its supporters
to prove themselves in the arena
of governance. It also gives credibility
to Washingtonís claim to be serious
about promoting democracy. Dr. Khan
advises American policy makers to not
derail the democratically elected
Hamas-led government.”
What the heck is this ISPU?

sonomaca on April 16, 2008 at 10:43 pm

thanks for the information, for me its fine, at least patients could try their treatment, all that they can do is get cure of cancer.
cancer news

cancer news on February 5, 2010 at 3:28 pm

leave it to this website to take a good deed and turn it into something negitive. Bravo Debbie you are really doing a service to America

Moeb on January 30, 2013 at 11:48 pm

who cares what what religous books they are giving out as long as these people (who are human Debbie)are getting better.

Moeb on January 30, 2013 at 11:51 pm

Wow. That was an incredibly disgusting post. I read it hoping to gain some information on the clinic before visiting, but instead I found a bigot. Not cool.

Tina c. on August 22, 2013 at 9:52 am

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