By Right to Life UK Today marks the 53rd anniversary of the Abortion Act receiving Royal Assent. Since then, a staggering 9,563,907* unborn babies have lost their lives to abortion across England, Wales, and Scotland [Great Britain] — more than one death every three minutes; 20 lives ended every hour. Almost 1 in 4 (24%) …Continue reading "53 years of abortion: 9,563,907 lives lost since 1967 in England, Wales, and Scotland — one unborn baby every 3 minutes"
By Sarah Terzo From a woman named Susan who had an abortion: “…. I was feeling really empty. Socially, I didn’t have anybody to talk to, and I think at that point I kind of longed to have that child. …” Susan recounted a vivid dream she had during the same period. “In the dream I …Continue reading "Post-abortion woman has dream: “Where is my son?”"
By Sarah Terzo The man writes Unfortunately the world is full of story like mine. I could write a book on the flow of emotions me and my girlfriend went and, above all, still go through. I will write only few lines on my life experience, and if only one person who would read me …Continue reading "Father of Aborted Baby Wonders about His Lost Child"
The streets go wild over an abortion ruling by its highest court. By Michael Cook Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post at Mercatornet. Mr. Cook is the editor of Mercatornet. Tens of thousands of Polish women defying lockdown rules in the streets. Cathedrals invaded by chanting crowds. Handmaids walking down church aisles. Banners …Continue reading "Who are the real ideologues in Poland?"
By Wesley J. Smith Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post at National Review Online and is reposted with permission. Poland has traditionally outlawed most abortions, except for those obtained due to fetal abnormality or to save the life or health of the mother. Now, the Constitutional Tribunal, Poland’s highest court, has ruled that …Continue reading "Polish High Court Outlaws Abortion for Fetal Disability"
By Right to Life UK Poland’s top court has ruled that disability-selective abortions, which make up a majority of all terminations in Poland, are unconstitutional. The decision by the country’s Constitutional Court Thursday will mean the majority of unborn babies in Poland will be protected from abortion. Once the court’s ruling comes into effect, terminations …Continue reading "Poland’s top court votes to protect babies with disabilities from ‘eugenic’ abortion"
By Sarah Terzo From the partial-birth abortion ban trials, one conversation that took place under oath. THE WITNESS: “The instruments are thick enough and heavy enough that you can actually grasp and crush with those instruments as if you were picking up salad…” THE COURT: “Except here you are crushing the head of a baby.” …Continue reading "“Except here, you are crushing the head of a baby”"
By Right to Life UK The British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) has announced Clare Murphy will take over from Ann Furedi as Chief Executive in January 2021. Murphy, a former BBC journalist who has risen through the abortion giant’s ranks to become its Deputy Chief Executive, is expected to follow in the footsteps of Furedi …Continue reading "UK’s largest abortion provider announces new Chief Executive"
By Dave Andrusko Readers of NRL News and NRL News Today will easily recognize two of the following three names but less so the third. They are Mildred Jefferson, Peter Singer, and Stephanie Gray-Connors. The late Dr. Jefferson was a legendary figure in the pro-life movement, both in Massachusetts and as an early President of …Continue reading "Be sure to register for classic virtual debate this Thursday: “Resolution: Abortion is Immoral”"
An abortionist was asked under oath about what he tells his patients: [F]rankly, your Honor, I think we sugar coat some of the other options and we share this with patients. They might ask, well can you give intracardiac … injections … or …could we do an induction termination and avoid this? But the honest …Continue reading "Abortionist Dr. Cassing Hammond Testifies"
By Sarah Terzo When a woman called Joan Paton was seeking an abortion, her husband went to court to stop her. Author Mary Kenny describes how she felt when she heard on the radio that Paton had had the abortion. “I remember sitting there and feeling a personal sense of loss. I felt it right …Continue reading "Letter writers overwhelming tell woman not to have abortion"
By Sarah Terzo In an article profiling late-term abortionist Dr. William Rashbaum (now deceased), Rebecca Paley said that late-term abortions are more dangerous that early ones, but that this is not why abortionists don’t like to perform them: Technical difficulty, however, is not why many doctors don’t want to do second-trimester abortions. What troubles them …Continue reading "Medical intern horrified by late-term abortion of twins"