Update: Steen sends this (Google-translated) reference in Muslimska friskolan that reveals the mahoundian name of the “doctor”:
In the photo above from SVT’s Uppdrag Granskning:
The doctor Rafiq Abu-Ramadan confronted by Janne Josefsson.
A Swedish reader has translated this tale of culturally enriched medical care from Malmö. Since this article is from the Swedish media, the doctor is not specifically identified as an Enricher, and of course he is not named. But given that the story is from Malmö, the reader is free to draw his own conclusions.
As the translator says:
Sweden in all its ‘kind’ glory — lax, lenient, and appeasing — or how a mahoundian medic is allowed to go on butchering.
Score: Muslims 1, Kuffar 0.
His translation from Sydsvenskan:
Convicted doctor may continue- - - - - - - - -
The doctor who falsified application documents and was warned for improper circumcision and several other medical errors retains his licence. The health authorities do not think he is unfit to continue practicing medicine.
MALMÖ. The National Board of Health and Well Care [NBHWC] wanted the doctor to be placed under the authority’s supervision for three years, a so-called trial period. But the Health Care Responsibility Board (HSAN) do not find him unsuitable to go on doctoring.
The NBHWC has repeatedly examined the physician’s work and determined that he is at times awkward and a risk to patient safety.
The doctor’s domicile is Malmö, but he has worked at several locations all over Sweden and also in Norway. He has been reported to the HSAN 22 times. Four complaints have led to warnings.
One case concerned a circumcision of a three-week-old boy in Malmö 2003. The boy had to be hospitalized for acute care afterwards, with signs of sepsis. It was found during the examination that the doctor had used not sterilized instruments.
When the NBHWC examined the physician’s work efforts in a hospital in Blekinge it was found that the doctor used to cut off more tissue than other physicians and that there often was a lot of bleeding. For a period he was not allowed to operate without supervision by another physician.
When in 2007 the television program ‘Uppdrag Granskning’ [Mission Scrutiny] studied how warned doctors could continue to work by moving from one hospital to another, this Malmö doctor was a key figure.
The latest incident that caused the NBHWC to call for probation from the Health Care Responsibility Board (HSAN) was the revelation that the doctor had erased critical reviews from previous employers in their duty certificates, when applying for new positions. In court he pled not guilty, but was convicted of fraud in the district court of Mölndal last year.
However, the Health Care Responsibility Board (HSAN) believes that there is no indication that the doctor relied on any false certificates or committed any other crimes since 2005. It is therefore not established that he should be declared unfit to practice medicine.
For a complete listing of previous enrichment news, see The Cultural Enrichment Archives.