Israeli Scientists Sound Alarm To FDA Concerning COVID Vaccine

( Exclusive) – Right now, the Food and Drug Administration is holding talks about the possibility of administering the coronavirus vaccine to young kids. However, while those discussions are happening, there is a group of Israeli scientists, physicians, researchers, and lawyers who are advising the FDA about “severe concerns” they have regarding the reliability and legality of official vaccine data from Israel.

According to WND, The Israeli Professional Ethics Front stated that it recognizes the Jewish state has become known as the “world laboratory” when it comes to the safety and the efficacy of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.

But the the group said in its letter that it believes the data that governments are using to formulate their own approach to the pandemic is flawed.

“We believe that the significant failures underlying the Israeli database, which have been brought to our attention by numerous testimonies, impair its reliability and legality to such an extent that it should not be used for making any critical decisions regarding the COVID-19 vaccines,” the letter went on to say.

“Ahead of a meeting of expert advisers to the FDA scheduled for Tuesday, the agency released a briefing document from Pfizer and its partner BioNTech in which the companies state their data supporting authorization of their COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11,” WND’s report said.

The letter written by the IPEF goes on to outline what it sees as “the main failures” of the data coming out of Israel. They stated that the information lacks a public and transparent adverse events reporting system. It also reveals that there are “Severe Impairments in Healthcare Professionals’ Adverse Events Reporting System.”

The IPEF also says that data distortion, which includes the deletion of thousands of responses from the country’s citizens by the Israeli Ministry of Health is also a problem.

According to the letter there are also legal and ethical violations concerning how the data was collected.

The group then told the FDA that its conclusion on this matter is “reinforced by the significant doubts about the reliability of the data reported by Israel, as detailed above, and the consequent major concern that their use might be misleading and thus disrupt the decision-making processes pertaining to the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccines.”

The IPEF then cited a passage from Leviticus in the Bible that says, “Do not stand idly by while your neighbor’s blood is shed.”

“In the spirit of those words, we implore the committee to take into consideration our urgent warnings and adopt utmost precaution when referring to the Israeli data concerning the safety and efficacy of the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccines,” the group stated.

The FDA advisory panel is supposed to meet on Tuesday to chat about Pfizer’s latest request to start giving the vaccine to children between the ages of 5 and 11.

An organization known as the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation is now urging citizens to post comments online to the FDA panel before Oct. 25.

The FDA has posted up a briefing document which relies heavily on the data from Israel, in preparation for the meeting this week.

“A slide in the document indicates that for every 10 million children who receive a dose of the vaccine, as many as 6 million will experience fatigue, up to 5 million will have headaches and up to 1 million will have a fever,” WND reported (screen shot here).

On page 10 of the document it says “the number of participants in the current clinical development program is too small to detect any potential risks of myocarditis associated with vaccination.”

“Long-term safety of COVID-19 vaccine in participants 5 to <12 years of age will be studied in 5 post-authorization safety studies, including a 5-year follow-up study to evaluate long term sequelae of post-vaccination myocarditis/pericarditis,” the document continues.

An FDA advisory panel voted 16-2 against Pfizer booster shots just last month and cited the risk of myocarditis as the reason for their vote.

Earlier in the week, the FDA decided to delay the decision concerning giving the Moderna vaccine to young people. It’s important to understand that both Moderna and Pfizer vaccines use the exact same messenger RNA tech which “teaches” cells how to make a certain protein that will trigger an immune response instead of inserting a live virus the way traditional vaccines do.

The agency is now planning to look over the data concerning the increased risk of myocarditis before making a final decision.

Three countries in Europe, Finland, Norway, and Sweden, have all stopped giving the Moderna COVID vaccine for young people. The country of Iceland has gone a step further and halted the administration of the shot for everyone.

Over the course of this pandemic, public health officials, along with the makers of these vaccines, have changed their tune about the vaccine being able to stop the spread of COVID and are now stating its actual purpose is to just minimize the symptoms one might experience after contracting the illness.

“Pfizer emphasized this week that its smaller dose for children is nearly 91% effective in preventing symptomatic COVID-19,” the WND report said.

“On Friday, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson conceded — as has CDC Director Rochelle Walensky — that vaccination does not offer protection from catching COVID and from spreading it,” the report continued.

“Dr. Robert W. Malone, who invented the mRNA technology but opposes vaccinating children, who statistically have virtually no risk of serious illness from COVID-19, said Friday on Twitter that public health officials should just be open about the fact that ‘the jabs for kids are not going to be one-and-done,’” the report added.

“They will likely have to be repeated twice for each school year, at approx six month intervals. For minimal if any direct clinical benefit to the child. And will not prevent infection,” Malone said.

Walensky stated last Thursday that the definition of “fully vaccinated” is currently unchanged due to the fact that not everyone has been made eligible for boosters. However, she did say the agency “may need to update our definition of ‘fully vaccinated’ in the future.”

So, back to that whole European countries not vaccinating kids thing.

Michael Brendon Doughtery from the National Review wrote a column where he stated that Walensky’s announcement concerning children continuing to wear masks after receiving the vaccine raises a lot of questions.

“If not when vaccines become available to children, then when? When a certain number take them? When they get boosters six months later? Given that unvaccinated children are demonstrably safer from COVID than are vaccinated adults who often live and work without the mask requirement, what other possible milestone is there?” He asked.

The columnist then wondered why “the United States so far out on the limb with childhood vaccines.”

He went on to point out that most countries aren’t even close to vaccinating kids under 12. And currently, the nation of Israel only offers the coronavirus vaccine to kids between the ages of 5 and 11 who suffer from chronic lung illnesses or who are severely immunocompromised.

“Do U.S. health officials, and those laymen and -women who are supremely anxious that all children get vaccinated, think that Europe lacks medical and scientific wisdom?” he went on to ask.

European countries aren’t creating mask mandates for young kids in school, Doughtery continued, and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control has come out strongly against closing schools.

“The negative physical, mental and educational impacts of proactive school closures on children, as well as the economic impact on society more broadly, would likely outweigh the benefits,” the guidance goes on to say.

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