Red Cross doctor in Austria rejects blood donations from Muslims
The doctor in the city of Linz claimed that Muslims have bad blood and at least suffer from Hepititus B.
World Bulletin / News Desk
A doctor working for the Red Cross in the Austrian city of Linz has caused outrage by criticizing a blood donation campaign by an Islamic charity, claiming that Muslims who come from Muslim countries have bad blood.
The IRG foundation has been campaigning for Muslims to donate blood, but the Red Cross doctor’s claim that Muslims all at very least have Hepititus B left charity worker Aysun Ozdemir shocked. (continue reading).