The statement continues, "We fully embrace diversity, inclusion and a culture of safety and respect across our entire health system".
The website mined the physician's social media profile for dozens of such tweets, all of which were written between 2011 and 2017.
The Cleveland Clinic released a statement condemning Kollab's comments and the medical facility distanced itself from her views.
Needless to say, she was sacked in September of 2018 for this demented behavior.
In one tweet from January 2012, according to Canary Mission, Kollab suggested that she would prescribe Jewish people incorrect medications.
In October 2012 she said the Holocaust was "exaggerated and the victimization of the jews (ignoring the others killed) is overdone", and that she was having "a REALLY hard time feeling bad about Holocaust seeing as the ppl who were in it now kill my ppl". Her departure was related to those posts and she has not worked at Cleveland Clinic since September.
Her page said she was a biology tutor to high school and college students shortly after getting her bachelor's degree from John Carroll University in 2013, while since 2015 she has been a mentor to "1st, 2nd, and 3rd year medical students".
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Kollab's Twitter account has since been deleted.
Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in New York City where Kollab graduated a year ago was mortified by Kollab's twisted views.
Kollab, who is from Westlake, Ohio and is of Palestinian heritage, was awarded her medical degree by Touro College a year ago, which is a Jewish-affiliated college.
Canary Mission's discussion of Kollab's support of Palestinian causes has ignited Islamophobic backlash online.
Kollab's medical license, which she received in July 2018, remains active at this time and will expire in June 2021.
According to her LinkedIn page that Canary Mission documented before it was deleted, Kollab went to medical school at the Jewish-founded Touro College in New York City.
"It is the Mission of the State Medical Board of OH to protect the health and safety of all Ohioans", said Tessie Pollock, the board's director of communications.