This latest story about the obstreperousness of trainee Muslim medical students should alarm us all. It is a harbinger of the nightmare that awaits us all in the West as a result of allowing far, far too many Muslims into the Judeo-Christian West, against the wishes of the majority of electors, just to satisfy the needs of commerce for labour, often and usually cheap labour.
It should be obvious to a blind man that this group of people will not fit in with our ways. They expect us to fit in with theirs instead.
It is to be hoped that the medical profession will not give in to these students’ unreasonable demands. These students are clearly not fit for purpose.
The answer to this problem is simple: Anyone refusing to go through proper and complete medical training should be kicked out of the courses, and failed. Period! Patients cannot be expected to have to be treated by half-trained, half-baked doctors, for a half-trained doctor, in reality, is actually no doctor at all!
Our problems with Muslims and Islam are increasing by the day, and it seems that nobody has the courage to deal with those problems head-on. Our problems are not going to go away. On the contrary, they will go on increasing until a solution is found.
Muslims are rapidly turning themselves into undesirables. And it’s no good the authorities blaming the indigenous population for being Islamophobic. If Islamophobia is on the increase, then Muslims only have themselves to blame. The authorities also have to shoulder responsibility for this because they have not been firm enough with these immigrants. They should have read the riot act to them long ago, telling them to fit in or get out – forthwith.
But instead, the powers that be have acquiesced in the growth of Islam in the West, and they have continued to appease Muslims by giving in to their each and every demand and whim; and in so doing these ‘powers’ have increased the antipathy most normal people feel for Muslims.
If something isn’t done about the Muslim problem, then it is only a matter of time before blood will be shed. Not in the operating theatres, but in the streets.
Companies like ‘Boots the Chemist’ and Sainsbury’s are also not without fault, for these companies are also showing their yellow side in allowing pharmacists and girls at the check-outs to discriminate in their shops and stores.
We, the shoppers, should refuse to buy at their retail outlets until they re-normalize their policies, and we should also refuse to be treated by Muslim doctors. Consumers can ‘get picky’ too! - ©Mark
TIMESONLINE: Some Muslim medical students are refusing to attend lectures or answer exam questions on alcohol-related or sexually transmitted diseases because they claim it offends their religious beliefs.Mark Alexander
Some trainee doctors say learning to treat the diseases conflicts with their faith, which states that Muslims should not drink alcohol and rejects sexual promiscuity.
A small number of Muslim medical students have even refused to treat patients of the opposite sex. One male student was prepared to fail his final exams rather than carry out a basic examination of a female patient.
The religious objections by students have been confirmed by the British Medical Association (BMA) and General Medical Council (GMC), which both stressed that they did not approve of such actions.
It will intensify the debate sparked last week by the disclosure that Sainsbury’s is permitting Muslim checkout operators to refuse to handle customers’ alcohol purchases on religious grounds. It means other members of staff have to be called over to scan in wine and beer for them at the till.
Critics, including many Islamic scholars, see the concessions as a step too far, and say Muslims are reneging on their professional responsibilities.
This weekend, however, it emerged that Sainsbury’s is also allowing its Muslim pharmacists to refuse to sell the morning-after pill to customers. At a Sainsbury’s store in Nottingham, a pharmacist named Ahmed declined to provide the pill to a female reporter posing as a customer. A colleague explained to her that Ahmed did not sell the pill for “ethical reasons”. Boots also permits pharmacists to refuse to sell the pill on ethical grounds.
The BMA said it had received reports of Muslim students who did not want to learn anything about alcohol or the effects of overconsumption. “They are so opposed to the consumption of it they don’t want to learn anything about it,” said a spokesman.
The GMC said it had received requests for guidance over whether students could “omit parts of the medical curriculum and yet still be allowed to graduate”. Professor Peter Rubin, chairman of the GMC’s education committee, said: “Examples have included a refusal to see patients who are affected by diseases caused by alcohol or sexual activity, or a refusal to examine patients of a particular gender.”
He added that “prejudicing treatment on the grounds of patients’ gender or their responsibility for their condition would run counter to the most basic principles of ethical medical practice”. Muslim medical students get picky (more)
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