The Iranian scientist was a catch: a prize-winning young pharmacologist with over 40 publications to his name.

“He is exactly the kind of person we would like to bring to the United States,” said Dr. Thomas Michel, who hired Seyed Soheil Saeedi Saravi as a postdoctoral fellow in his lab at Harvard-affiliated Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

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  • What a liberal crock. With the definite exception is Israel, the ME is hardly even a decent source of medical knowledge.

    With all of their trillions: name a single muslim research hospital in the United States.

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