Mark Steyn provides this stunning statistic:

Some 40% of Britain’s practicing doctors were trained overseas — and that percentage will increase, as older native doctors retire and younger immigrant doctors take their place: According to the BBC, “Over two-thirds of doctors registering to practise in the U.K. in 2003 were from overseas — the vast majority from non-European countries.”

“Overseas” encompasses the countries of the Middle East, Pakistan and India. Many of the doctors from these countries would be Muslims.

Maybe this explain why the Lancet, once a prestigious British medical journal, published a bogus study of civilian deaths in Iraq; it had to appeal to a new audience. Perhaps some of the Jihadist doctors used the Lancet study to justify their attempts to commit mass-murder in London and Glasgow.