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PRIMUM NON NOCERE..

By ATWadmin On December 17th, 2008

First, do no harm.

The phrase expresses one of the principal precepts all medical students are taught in medical school and is a fundamental principle for the emergency medical services. It reminds the physician and other health care providers that he or she must consider the possible harm that any intervention might do.

I was reading the reports on the the Iraqi NHS doctor who tried to murder thousands of people in the London and Glasgow car bombings and who has been jailed for at least 32 years yesterday. Bilal Abdulla, 29, came to Britain to open a “new front” in the Islamist jihad after he had been refused permission to carry out a suicide attack in Baghdad. His intent, although a respected man of medicine it seems , was to do NOTHING but harm.

That’s the malign influence of Islam, through a veil darkly.

8 Responses to “PRIMUM NON NOCERE..”

  1. It is disturbing but sadly not unheard of to see a physciango this bonkers or this evil. I hope he doesn’t qualify for parole ever.

  2. >>the Iraqi NHS doctor who tried to murder thousands of people in the<<

    While Bilal tried to murder thousands of people in the UK, the UK’s and the US policies succeed in murdering thousands in Iraq.

    Wolfowitz was also a doctor, and was perhaps more than anyone responsible for the lies and murder.

  3. = succeeded in murdering

  4. The US policies, my ass, the Sunnis and the Shias have been murdering their own by doing what they do best … making bombs. It would be nice if the UK government would stop letting in these maniacs. You may remember it was a Pakistani doctor who contributed to the fact that Baby P was murdered.

  5. >>the Iraqi NHS doctor who tried to murder thousands of people in the<<

    I find it amusing in a f***** u* sort of way, that this fellow is characterized as an ‘NHS Doctor’. It was of course his desire to right the wrongs to patients in his practice that caused him to try to murder and main patients in another NHS practice.

    It’s probably down to lack of NHS funding.

    Is the term ‘NHS doctors’ now to take its place along side ‘plumbers’ in the lexicon of terror?

  6. "Sudden Jihad Syndrome" was a phrase coined by Daniel Pipes, after Mohammed Reza Taheri-azar (a graduate from a North Carolina university), who, in 2006, suddenly drove his car at a group of students, trying to kill them.
    That Iranian has much in common with this Iraqi doctor, in that both were exemplary citizens, showing no outward signs of mania.
    Pipes thinks the West has a terrible problem with this racial ancestry that is prone to mental instability, and that their religion is merely a focus for it.

  7. Bernard: ".. racial ancestry that is prone to mental instability, and that their religion is merely a focus for it."

    Interesting, but I think back to front. In that particular world view everything, *EVERYTHING* is either gods will, or the result of the perverse muttering of the djin. Whatever you do is at some other creatures bidding.

    In that particular world view a human is not a sentient creature with a free will, but a grotesque puppet jangling at the end of a string.

    Funny that, a bit like socialism. No wonder both ideologies find it so easy to snuggle up together.

  8. APL –

    Do you remember back to 1978 and ‘Jones Town’ in Guyana, where over 900 people committed suicide at the behest of their religious founder Jim Jones?
    Did the Cult itself cause them to mass suicide or were they deranged beforehand and chose a cult that reflected their mental condition?
    I think the latter, and so must a lot of others too because when the bodies were all returned to the US, three quarters of them were not even claimed.