A man is being severely criticized on social media for sharing the cartoons of a Jewish hand butchering a Palestinian baby. The man has been identified as Dr. Suleiman Alfred Massarweh.

He is being severely criticized on social media for sharing sensitive posts and for his anti-Semitic stance.

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Who is Dr Suleiman Alfred Massarweh?

Dr. Suleiman Alfred Massarweh is a breast Oncologist. He is facing harsh criticism for sharing the cartoons of a Jewish hand butchering a Palestine baby.

Several social media users criticized him for sharing posts and for his stance. One user wrote, “Really disheartening 💔He doesn’t deserve that license anymore  A true doctor shouldn’t have the heart of a killer”

“These people that say these things are disgusting manifestations of DNA.  Shame that this Dr still has his license to practice medicine.” another user wrote.

One X user wrote, “These Jewish-hating “Doctors” need to have their records scrubbed for malpractice against their patients!”

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One user demanding his termination from his post wrote, “Dr. Suleiman Alfred Massarweh must be fired from his job immediately. He obviously cannot follow the Hippocratic oath. He would be a danger to his Jewish patients. Would any member of the tribe want to be under his care?”

Since the October 7 tragedy and the ongoing confrontation between Hamas and Israel, there has been a considerable upsurge in anti-Semitic occurrences and acts of animosity towards Jews both in the United States and around the world. 

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In a written statement, Lior Haiat, the spokeswoman for Israel’s Foreign Ministry, said that “the official number of victims of the October 7 massacre is approximately 1,200.” According to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), in the first two weeks following the Middle East crisis—which was caused by a Hamas attack on Israel—anti-Semitic occurrences in the US rose by almost 400%.