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should you trust a muslim doctor if you are not a muslim

07 Mar

the answer may unfortunately be no.

First do no harm
Are you under the illusion that the first responsibility of doctors is to their patients? And that a doctor must observe the Hippocratic Oath and abstain from doing harm?

Well think again. These principles may provide ethical guidance for Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Buddhist and Sikh doctors, but infidel ethics are irrelevant to Muslims.

As with all other aspects of Islam, loyalty to fellow Muslims trumps any obligations to the ‘najis kuffars’ (filthy infidels), and spreading Islam is the highest virtue, no matter what means may be needed. Where Islamic supremacism is concerned, ends justify means.

Deliberate neglect and in some cases murder of non-Muslim patients has started to be documented.

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Posted by on March 7, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

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