COVID-19 Vaccine is a ‘Yahoodi Saazish’: Faisal Raza Abidi

Perhaps people should be careful about peddling conspiracy theories.

Here we go again. Yet another problem is being dubbed as a ‘Yahoodi Saazish’ (a Jewish conspiracy). In fact, Pakistan People’s Party leader Faisal Raza Abidi is propagating this newly devised conspiracy theory surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine.

Urdu Point reports that the political leader has dubbed both the Coronavirus pandemic and the vaccine as an Israeli ploy. Apparently, Faisal Raza Abidi believes that the vaccine will be used to insert a ‘code’ under the guise of immunization. This code will dictate which countries an individual can enter.


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This all sounds a lot like the plot of Elysium so far. Abidi also claims that all this is being done to establish forces for ‘Dajjal‘, the anti-Christ.

This wouldn’t be the first time a conspiracy theory might hinder immunization efforts. Pakistan is among the last countries in the world to still be struggling with Polio. This is largely due to conspiracy theories surrounding the Polio vaccine as well.

As the second wave of the COVID-19 outbreak hits Pakistan, luckily two of the COVID-19 vaccine trials has shown promise, and companies are rushing to get on board with production as soon as possible. Meanwhile, a COVID-19 vaccine is already being used in some countries like the United Arab Emirates and even Pakistan, which is holding trials for a Chinese-developed vaccine.

Previously the ex-PPP senator has alleged that the virus is a man-made contagion. He had claimed at that time that the pandemic was an ‘American ploy’. He now says its a Jewish one.

Amid this, is Faisal Raza Abidi’s conspiracy theory a good enough reason not to get immunized? Let us know in the comments below.


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