Muslim doctor suspended by NHS after double life leading banned Islamic terror group revealed

Dr. Wahid Asif Shaida, aka Abdul Wahid, who was also head of the now-classified terrorist organization in the UK arm of the Hizb ut-Tahrir organization, has been suspended by the National Health Service.   

Dr. Abdul Wahid praised the Hamas terrorists in the aftermath of the Oct. 7 terror attacks on Israel, calling them the "brave mujahideen" who gave the enemy "a very welcome punch on the nose."  

At a Palestinian rally, Wahid also declared to a crowd in London, "Victory is coming and everyone has to choose a side. Whose side are you going to be on?"  

After news broke that the UK government would classify the organization as a terrorist group last week, Wahid scrubbed his social media profile of any connection to Hizb ut-Tahrir. 



A spokesman from NHS London made a statement, saying, "We take any issues relating to professional conduct seriously and have procedures in place to make sure that individuals are fit to work in the NHS."  

"We can confirm Dr Wahid Shaida has been suspended from the NHS primary care performers list."  

Wahid had been working as a doctor for 20 years under his real name, Wahid Shaida. He had worked since 2002 as a general practitioner in the NHS system in the north-west London borough of Harrow as a "salaried GP," according to the NHS website.  

In December, Wahid appeared on Piers Morgan Uncensored and defended his rhetoric, defending the actions of Hamas, and called them a "resistance group" prior to his suspension.  



When Piers argued with Wahid, the former NHS doctor accused Piers of censoring him when he started to ask him difficult questions about his previous statements.

According to Jewish News, the outlet that broke the story of his suspension, the GP Direct website for NHS listed Dr. Wahid as a GP. It stated that his "special interests lie in the field of medical education. He is a GP trainer for recently qualified doctors. He is currently the information governance and complaints lead within the practice.”  

A doctor told the outlet under the condition on anonymity, “It’s vital that NHS England and the General Medical Council (GMC) investigate their management of the case of this doctor, who, whilst working as an NHS GP for decades, has also for the last approximately 10 years been openly leading a recently proscribed terror group, which has already been banned in other countries." 

“Despite grave safeguarding concerns raised regarding the wellbeing and safety of staff, patients and the public, and notwithstanding the statutory Prevent Duty to combat terrorism in healthcare, he remains a fully registered GMC doctor and GP trainer with a license to practice," the doctor continued. “Wahid Shaida aka Abdul Wahid’s suspension as a doctor by the NHS should have been effected when he first began to lead a terror organization, and certainly on the 15.1.24 when the Home Secretary presented a draft order for the organization to be proscribed." 

“The delay in this action must be thoroughly investigated as a serious incident by the NHS and GMC without further delay to restore the public’s confidence in the medical profession, and to ensure that any other extremists working in healthcare are not emboldened to engage in hate speech and incite hate crime, including terrorism, both within and beyond healthcare settings," the anonymous doctor concluded.   


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