Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston is one of the best hospitals in the country but to radical Jihadist groups outside the country and maybe even here there is a certain high level of distrust and suspicions from the extremists when it comes to anything with Jewish name. The name of the hospital is definitely Jewish and the conspiracy theory prevalent among radical Jihadist groups may notice the name of the hospital wherein both of the Boston Marathon bombers were taken.
What conspiracy they could come up with? The radical Jihadists may think that the two brothers, being Muslim, were intentionally taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center because of some sinister plot between the US and Israeli government and instead of treating them, the “Zionists” deliberately ignore them or make them suffer. They will question why they were both taken to the same “Jewish” hospital and ask if the death of the older brother was no accident at all.
On Friday , the 26-year-old Tamerlan Tsarnaev died after he was brought to Beth Israel after a fatal shootout encounter with police. Yesterday the younger brother 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was taken to the same hospital after he was captured by authorities and today still in a very critical condition. In America, people want to go to the best hospital especially during a critical condition but extremist radicals have different views when it comes to anything Jewish related.
In 2010, Egypt accused Israel of sending shark in Sinai to hurt their tourism industry. In 2007, a rumor spread all over Saudi that imported Israeli melons are infected with AIDS. The Palestinian Hamas accused Israeli of distributing to young Palestinians libido-enhancing chewing gums. Egypt accused an Israeli hair company of making uni-sex hair products that will cause infertility to Egyptians. Iranian president accused America of stealing water from the clouds causing drought in the country. The 2005 tsunami was caused by US and Israel government. A Riyadh newspaper in 2006 accused Coke and Pepsi using pork extracts in their sodas and claiming that the Coca-Cola logo when reversed says “No Mohammad, No Mecca.”
The world is very diverse and has funny cultures sometimes but it is a fact that what other people may see as normal, others may find something that can fuel a conspiracy theory for that particular group. I am not saying the name of the hospital could trigger an outright conspiracy theory but I’m saying there is a possibility.
Copyright 2013 Ketchie V. Schauf