How Do Muslim Physicians Feel About Their Non-Muslim Patients In The UK?
Below is the beginning section of the Constitution of the Muslim Doctors and Dentists Association of the UK -
Please note under section 2 Objects and powers- that their main object is to ADVANCE THE ISLAMIC RELIGION IN THE UK and to promote and preserve the good health of MUSLIMS in the UK.
NO WHERE IS IT FOUND THAT THE MUSLIM DOCTORS AND DENTISTS HAVE AS THEIR PRIME OBJECTIVE THE GOOD HEALTH OF THE NON MUSLIM BRITISH PEOPLE- in fact- the British people in general are not even given a mention as only muslims are a worthwhile. It is obvious that this lack of concern, by muslim doctors, for kafir patients in not exclusive just to the UK but would extend worldwide.
Why might that be?
Why don't you ask Dr. Mohammed Asha or Dr Bilal Abdullaor EngineerKafeel Ahmed--oops sorry Kafeel died from burns suffered when trying to blow up Glasgow Airport.
Just think if the British Medical Association had a statement that British doctors should prioritize non-muslim British people --one can imagine the throngs of muslims pouring into our streets with angry contorted faces screaming and demanding.
What is even more alarming is that the British Medical Association, by its silence, is condoning the clearly discriminatory behaviours of the moslem doctors - as stated in their M.D.D.A. UK Constitution. It is also disgusting that no government official or new media has even investigated this clear evidence of discrimination.
So please keep the below in mind the next time you go to your muslim doctor or dentist and remember that he does not place YOU or YOUR HEALTH as a priority. Muslim's come first by their very own "code of (un) ethics".
The Muslim Doctors and Dentisits Association UK (M.D.D.A.
The name of the Association is Muslim Doctors and
Dentists Association UK (the Association)
2. Objects and powers
2.1 The objects of the association shall be:-
2.1.1. To advance the
Islamic religion in the practice of medicine in the United Kingdom
advance medical education in relation to the doctrines, practices and traditions
of the Islamic religion.
2.1.3. To promote research in various aspects of
medical science and to disseminate and publish the useful results of such
2.1.4. To promote the preservation and protection of the good
health of Muslims in the United Kingdom.
Is this also true here in the U.S. and all over the world?