After receiving a torrent of criticism for proposing that all children in Israel should receive the dangerous and experimental COVID “vaccine,” Professor Galia Rahav — the Head of the Infectious Disease Unit and Laboratories at the Sheba Medical Center — lashed out in a recent interview at those who oppose or question the experimental vaccine as “parasites”:
For the past four months, Rahav has been the target of uncontrolled incitement on social media. Anti-vaxxers haven’t let her alone since she suggested in February that Israel vaccinate children ages 12-15 for COVID. Although the vaccine isn’t mandatory, opponents have wished her dead, called her “Mengele,” and promised to carry out the Kabbalistic “Pulsa DiNura” ceremony – in which participants call on the angel of death to take the subject of their wrath – against her. A group that calls itself “The Citizens Committee to Investigate COVID” even reached out to the attorney general to ask that he open a criminal investigation against Rahav and the Health Ministry, claiming that Rahav had misled the public about the Pfizer vaccine when she said it was safe.
In an interview to Israel Hayom, Rahav said that until last week, she had taken no action against the campaign of incitement:
“When the anti-vaxxers published pictures of an angry redheaded clown and hinted it was me, I laughed. When they posted a picture of Chucky, the murdering doll, and said it was me, I ignored it. When they compared me to Hitler, it hurt me, quietly. I’m the daughter of Holocaust survivors.
“Even when they opened Facebook pages against me and called me a ‘murderer of children,’ ‘Satan,’ and a ‘psychopath,’ I didn’t respond. Even though they published my address and called for demonstrations outside my home, I refused the hospital’s offer of a security detail.
“In the last few days, the incitement has shifted gears. I saw messages that said I should be burned, that I should be hanged, that I should be buried next to Hitler….I also see how they are convincing people not to be vaccinated, and thereby putting lives in danger. There are some that spread fake news and write that schools are vaccinating children for COVID without notifying anyone. That’s a complete lie.
“A week ago I decided, enough. I filed a police complaint about threats and incitement. At the same time, I, with the Israeli Medical Association, intend to file a civil suit against the people inciting against me. We need to stop slandering and cursing doctors for doing their work. Maybe if these anti-vaxxers have to pay compensation, they’ll think twice before calling me a murderer or claiming that I’m taking bribes from Pfizer,” Rahav says.
On the day that Israel’s HMOs announced that some 13,000 children and youth had signed up to be vaccinated for COVID, Rahav, 66, was in the Jerusalem Theater at a Health Ministry ceremony honoring doctors. When she returned to her home in Beit Hakerem, she sat down at the dining room table and starting looking over the new Health Ministry numbers about people vaccinate for COVID who contracted heart muscle inflammation, the main reason for concern about vaccinating children.
“In Israel, there were 148 cases, or one out of every 6,000 people vaccinated,” Rahav says, leafing through a stack of papers.
“The vast majority were mild cases, other than eight. They were most common among people ages 20-29, 44 men and seven women in that age group. There were 33 cases in people ages 16-19, 32 men and one girl. One young woman, age 22, died of the disease. After age 30, the numbers are very low,” she says. “I agree that this is a phenomenon that cannot be ignored, and I think that it is linked somehow to the vaccine.”. . . .
Q: if you had a 12-year-old kid, would you have him vaccinated?
“There is no COVID in Israel right now, so my answer is negative. I suggest waiting a bit. Vaccinate them if you want to travel abroad, if they’re obese, if they’re in a high-risk group or if there is someone immuno-suppressed in the home. We could easily wait a month or two, because the US is currently vaccinating hundreds of thousands of children these ages, and we should wait to see what happens there.”
Q: The protest against you stems from the assumption that you recommend vaccinating children, and how you’re saying the opposite.
“The meeting of the Vaccination Committee about vaccinating children took place in February, and even though we were already far along with vaccinating adults, the numbers still hadn’t dropped, and there were still over 9,000 new cases per day. Anyone who knows the world of infectious disease knows that for the most part, you can’t overcome an epidemic without vaccinating children. I suggested at the meeting that we talk to Pfizer and do a case study on children in Israel, and not depend only on US research.
“The meeting protocol was published on the Health Ministry website, and then someone wrote, ‘Galia Rahav wants to experiment on children.’ Now go explain that I always text new medicines, because my goal is first and foremost to save my patients. It was a short path from there to me being compared to Mengele.”
Q: It looks as if the anti-vaxxers have beaten the Health Ministry. All the restrictions put on them at the start have been lifted.
“They won?!?” Rahav thunders. “We won! The pandemic restrictions weren’t lifted because of them [the anti-vaxxers], but thanks to the people who got vaccinated. The anti-vaxxers are parasites. They endanger themselves and their families. There were plenty of COVID patients who infected their parents, who then died. These are people who will carry the guilt of that for the rest of their lives.”
Q: How did you become known as someone who sows fear among the public?
“I’ve thought about that a lot. At first, I thought it was because I’m a woman. Look, both Professor Gabi Barabash and Professor Ran Balicer were considered conservative [in their approach to COVID]. After that, I realized that it was coming from somewhere else that had to do with a mistake I made when I agreed to appear on TV with Professor Yoram Lass.
“The segment was filmed in the hospital, after a difficult day. A few hours earlier, I’d been sitting with a young man who had COVID, who had infected his father, who died. People were begging me, in tears, to save their relatives. I saw the death and the helplessness, and I was very emotional.
“And then they brought in Professor Lass, who was smug and hadn’t treated any COVID patients, and he said that it was ‘just a flu.’ I felt stupid. I was angry at myself for agreeing to meet. I talked about the dangers, about the fact that there was no effective treatment, that people were dying, and he acted as if it was all nothing. Maybe it was a show on his part. Most doctors who appeared in the TV studios hadn’t treated COVID patients.”
Unlike Professor Lass, Dr. Rahav doesn’t think for herself — her research conclusions are exactly what her financial backers expect — she follows orders and believes what her superiors tell her — which may go far to explain why she has been promoted to such a high level.
She can state a blatant lie — like there are “no effective treatments” for COVID — because that’s what “official” sources told her — and she didn’t bother to check the literature herself, which would have revealed that both hydroxychloroquine and invermectin are highly effective treating COVID.
In fact, in March of 2020 we reported that Australian researchers had announced that they had already found a very effective treatment for COVID using hydroxychloroquine — which was completely ignored by mainstream media and health “experts.”
Doctors who followed “protocol” put their patients on ventilators — which destroyed their lungs and killed them unnecessarily.
But, of course, if there already was an effective treatment for COVID, it would be illegal for pharmaceutical companies to develop and sell vaccines — and since these COVID “vaccines” were already developed before the “pandemic” was announced, they weren’t about to “follow the science.”
She seems blithely oblivious to her own contradictions — first she says that the pandemic is over in Israel, but later she says that it’s impossible to end any pandemic without vaccinating all children.
The only logical conclusion we should draw from these “facts” is that there couldn’t have been a real pandemic in the first place — and it was ended, not through vaccination, but rather by lowering the cycling threshold of the COVID PCR test — which is exactly what they did.
And clearly Dr. Rahav is being a little too emotional here calling anti-vaxxers “parasites” — clearly, they aren’t living off any “host” and sucking the life out of it until it’s dead — certain ethnics groups may fit that description, but certainly not “anti-vaxxers.”