CAIR: HOW MUSLIM DOCTORS SAVE LIVES
[Asma Mobin-Uddin is a pediatrician from Columbus, Ohio, and the board chairwoman for the Ohio chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations. Her parents came to Jacksonville from Pakistan to continue their training in their physician specialties. She was born in Miami, but moved to Ohio while still a young child.]
The thought of physicians treating sick patients by the light of day while plotting to kill innocent people under the cover of darkness sickens and angers me.
If these accusations are true, they are the ultimate betrayal of the trust placed in physicians to use their hands for healing, their intellects for diagnosis and their demeanors to bring comfort to the sick.
As a Muslim physician, I am following the London and Glasgow terror plot investigation with incredulity, anger and outrage.