When the Covid vaccine was launched in 2021, there was no system in place in Israel to record side effects. This, while the rest of the world relied on Israeli data for vaccination policy.
Israeli health journalist Yaffa Shir-Raz told Rebel News that “Israel was Pfizer’s laboratory” and that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s decision to approve the booster vaccine was based on Israeli data.
“But what the world doesn’t know is that Israel did not have a functioning surveillance system in the year when the population received two or even three doses,” she said.
Shir-Raz said the Health Ministry lied to the population and the FDA when it claimed the vaccine had very few side effects and that they were short-lived.
The ministry could not have known that the journalist said.
It claimed that thorough studies of side effects were not conducted until December 2021. The results of this study are in complete contradiction with the previous recommendations of the Ministry of Health.
The side effects were found to be neither mild nor short-lived. “They discovered new side effects that Pfizer had not reported, including very serious ones such as neurological problems and menstrual disorders,” Shir-Raz said.
When the study results were presented in May of this year, the Israeli Ministry of Health stopped the study.
The journalist, whose mother survived the Holocaust, said she was shocked that her own government was betraying the public by recommending vaccines based on falsified information.