Proclaiming Justice To The Nations Files In Ohio For Revocation Of Medical License Of Doctor Who Vowed To Harm The Jews


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PROCLAIMING JUSTICE TO THE NATIONS FILES IN OHIO FOR REVOCATION OF MEDICAL LICENSE OF DOCTOR WHO VOWED TO HARM THE JEWS

(Nashville,Tennessee) – January 16, 2019 – Proclaiming Justice to The Nations founder and president Laurie Cardoza-Moore today announced that the anti-Semitism watchdog organization has filed a formal complaint with the State Medical Board of Ohio demanding that the medical license of Dr. Lara Kollab be permanently revoked. The action comes in immediate response to a release of an expose’ brought to PJTN’s President, Laurie Cardoza-Moore, and an outpouring of condemnation PJTN heard from concerned citizens, both Christians and Jews in the state of Ohio as well as nationally.

Noted Cardoza-Moore in making the announcement: “The official complaint has been filed by PJTN General Counsel Michael Goldstein, a respected attorney who is based in Ohio and serves as Director of PJTN for the state. PJTN filing notes our demands are grounded in the doctor’s intentional willingness to engage in malpractice, as well as a breach of the Hippocratic Oath and osteopathic ethics, a breach so grievous and unredeemable as to disqualify her from continuing to hold a license to practice her profession.”

National news has widely reported what anti-Semitic ground forces uncovered in plain view on social media: The horrific, anti-Semitic rants of the 27 year-old Kollab who was employed as a resident at a Cleveland Clinic and threatening to use her practice of medicine to harm Jewish patients and “people who support Israel.”   Among her posts:  “People who support Israel should have their immune cells killed so they can see how it feels to not be able to defend yourself from foreign invaders.”

Ms. Cardoza Moore went on to state; “Vile and violent intentions such as these are unfortunately, not isolated and rare in today’s volatile climate of rising anti-Semitism. Who would’ve thought in recent memory that eleven innocent Jewish people in Pittsburgh would be massacred in their place of worship on a quiet Saturday morning here in America? With anti-Semitic incidents on our college campuses up over 80% in the past two years and violence against Jews becoming an everyday news headline in this country, PJTN has been long sounding the alarm in the town square while few people have been listening.  It’s time for America to wake up!”

The Kollab filing this week underscores PJTN’s intense commitment with forces on the ground in Ohio’s fight against anti-Semitism for the past two years. The organization was at the heart of the December 2018 passage of Ohio Resolution HCR-10, which condemns the anti-Semitic BDS Movement.  HCR-10 expresses the policy of Ohio’s condemnation of anti-Semitic movements and support for U.S. ties with the state of Israel in many specific ways.  It became a reality in large part through PJTN’s broad efforts in developing an educational platform within the state to inform and mobilize grassroots as well as state legislators too often unaware of the threats anti-Semitism is presenting both on higher-ed and secondary campuses, and to local neighborhoods.

“PJTN’s job only begins when the light shines in to publicly expose the darkness of anti-Semitism as it has in Ohio with the Kollab incident. Hatred that leads to violence doesn’t stop with our Jewish communities. The Jewish community is the “canary in the coal mine.” Our real battle is being waged at ages K-12 in educating our children against the seeds of prejudice and hatred before they can take root against all the members of our community – Jews, Christians, moderate Muslims and all people of conscience,” notes Cardoza-Moore.

Further announcements on the Kollab filing in Ohio will be forthcoming from PJTN’s Communications Office.

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