A Beverly Hills radiologist was fired for disturbing anti-Semitic social media posts, including one in which he called Zionists “genocidal, demonic, greedy, pedophile r****ds.”
Dr. Andrew Thierry, 46, was fired from his position as Chief Medical Officer of ExpertMRI after they were made aware of his inflammatory comments.
‘Zionists are gynocidal, demonic, greedy, pedophile r****ds. Change your mind, Thierry tweeted on his since-deleted X account.
“The only thing Zionists are superior in is lies, deception and genocide,” he wrote in another tweet on Tuesday.
ExpertMRI announced the decision to terminate Thierry on Instagram the next day, expressing his disapproval of Thierry’s actions and denouncing his beliefs that came a week after Hamas terrorists attacked Israel, killing 1,400 people .
Beverly Hills radiologist Dr. Andrew Thierry was fired for disturbing anti-Semitic social media posts, including one in which he called Zionists “genocidal, demonic, greedy, pedophilic r****ds.”
ExpertMRI announced the decision to terminate Thierry on Instagram the following day, expressing his disapproval of Thierry’s actions and challenging his beliefs.
Thierry posted an ‘apology’ after being called out for his alarming comments, claiming those offended by his hateful words were taking it ‘the wrong way’
‘Expert MRI is aware of the disturbing, anti-Semitic comments made by Dr. Andrew Thierry posted on his personal X/Twitter account. Effective immediately, Dr. Thierry will no longer be Chief Medical Officer of ExpertMRI and will not be associated with the company in any capacity in the future.”
“As previously stated, ExpertMRI strongly condemns anti-Semitism and any other expression of hatred, all of which are contrary to the core values of the company and its owners.”
“We encourage all our employees to always demonstrate empathy and compassion, both in their professional and personal lives. We sincerely apologize to all persons injured or affected by Dr.’s pots. Thierry and would like to emphasize that such behavior will not be tolerated in any way, shape or form at ExpertMRI.’
The statement came after ExpertMRI received strong reactions over their employee’s hateful tweets.
Because approximately 95 percent of American Jews openly support the state of Israel, many found the doctor’s comments extremely offensive and bombarded his Yelp page with one-star reviews.
Thierry posted an ‘apology’ after being called out for his alarming comments, claiming those offended by his hateful words were ‘taking it the wrong way’.
“I apologize if anyone misinterpreted my words. “I love everyone, including Jews and all children of God,” he added in the bizarre statement.
‘I am most critical of my own government and all other wars in which the US is involved. I apologize if I offended anyone. I only have love in my heart, which breaks every time innocent people suffer.”
Thierry now has 62 reviews on Healthgrade with 98 percent at 1 star. “Anti-Semitic doctor with pure hatred in his blood,” one person wrote.
Another user warned others to stay away from the doctor. “This man should not be practicing medicine!” they wrote.
Thierry has worked as a diagnostic radiology specialist in Los Angeles, California and has more than 17 years of experience in the medical field, according to his biography.
He graduated from Michigan State University College of Human Medicine in 2005.
This is because many Americans have used the war in Israel as a way to openly express their anti-Semitic beliefs or share controversial and hateful comments online.
Ahmed Elkoussa, a 31-year-old dentist, was fired from his position at CG Smile after he was caught on camera tearing up posters of Israeli hostages in Brickell on Tuesday.
Many Americans have used the war in Israel as a way to openly express their anti-Semitic beliefs or share controversial and hateful comments online. This has led to public disgrace and the company quickly distances itself from the offenders.
A dentist was fired just hours after a video of him and a friend tearing up posters of kidnapped and murdered Israelis went viral.
Ahmed Elkoussa, a 31-year-old dentist, and “Instagram model” Xave Ramoul were caught on camera Tuesday destroying posters of Israeli hostages in Miami’s Brickell neighborhood.
On Wednesday morning, Elkoussa was fired from his position at CG Smile, a dental practice where he worked in Miami.
“We are very sad to see this situation when we wake up,” the office wrote on Instagram. ‘Our office CG Smile does not support the actions of Dr. Elkoussa. We do not support terrorist groups, actions or supporters.”
“He has been removed from our staff, all of our social media pages and groups. CG Smile does NOT support the actions or supporters of terrorist groups,” the message said.
The dental practice’s owner, Juan Carlos Izquierdo, said his office has faced severe backlash since Elkoussa’s actions, which he condemned.
‘I don’t think it’s right. It contradicts our position on the whole situation,” Izquierdo said. “Later I got a call saying he wanted to explain it and that after he explained it everything would be resolved, and I told him I didn’t want to hear it,” he told NBC6.
Additionally, many took to Yelp to give the dentist 1-star reviews and demand the revocation of his license. He claimed his abhorrent actions show he is unfit to treat patients.
‘Doctors should take care of their patients. The Hippocratic Oath literally says, “Never will I betray them or risk their well-being to satisfy my vanity.” I will not hurt my fellow man or thrust a knife into his flesh if I do not know how, or give him an herb to soothe his feelings. pain even though he begs for it in fear if it could take his breath away,” one user commented.
‘Someone who supports a terrorist organization goes directly against this. His driver’s license should be suspended!’