Category Archives: Global: Sanctity of Life

Global Sanctity of Life Issues

The death treatment: When should people with a non-terminal illness be helped to die?

‘The New Yorker’ doubts Belgian euthanasia policy

The religious left campaign to use taxpayer money for abortions for Boko Haram victims

Court rejects woman’s attempt to bear grandchild with frozen eggs

Euthanasia doc kills woman because she was depressed, even though she didn’t have cancer

European court votes to “kill a disabled person,” says French Bishop

    Aleteia: After the confirmation of the death sentence pronounced against Vincent Lambert by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) Vincent Lambert’s mother (pictured above, with his lawyer) expressed her grief, her anger and her unwavering desire to save her son: “Far from despairing because of the decision, this 70-year-old woman who sparked the legal battle against the medical team and Rachel Lambert, is more than ever ready to fight,” said theJournal du Dimanche. For her, a possible withdrawal of the tubes that hydrate and feed the former nurse is euthanasia. This would not be helping him to die, it would be killing him. (…) ‘Vincent is not at the end of his life. If they start again, we will go to court again,’ she promises.”

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Religious leaders urge U.S. to fund abortions for rape victims in conflicts abroad

Euthanasia without consent continues in Belgium

Assisted suicide ‘creates problems for wider society’

Dignitas recommends banned doctor for suicide assistance

Five recent pro-life statements of Pope Francis

Scotland parliament rejects bill to legalize assisted suicide

Chinese authorities deny “abortion quotas,” local officials say otherwise

‘Scandalous’ for UN to push abortions on girls raped by Boko Haram, says pro-life Nigerian groups

Disabled man seeks pro-assisted suicide court ruling

Intl NGOs abort the truth about Paraguay’s pro-life stance

Hard to find a Dutch doctor who will not kill

Euthanasia’s cancerous corruption of medical morality

Babies who survive late term abortions left to die alone

Dutch judge rules dementia patient must be euthanised

‘Disabled coerced and abused under assisted suicide laws’

Forgiving women for past abortions? That’s nothing new

Marching for Life in the Eternal City

Embryos genetically modified in controversial world first

Sex-selective abortion doc could be struck off

Bruce Forsyth’s backing of assisted suicide is ‘misguided’

Public ignored in NI abortion consultation

Woman on trial for assisted suicide of MS sufferer

Term incompatible with life is ‘cruel and heartless’

Scotland: No doubt that assisted suicide is illegal

‘I’m so glad we didn’t listen to doctors advising an abortion’

Why doctors let a Jehovah’s Witness and her unborn baby die

MPs’ report calls for ‘kinder, cheaper’ state-funded end-of-life care

‘Chilling out’ at an egg freezing party

In the headlong rush for ‘rights’, children are an afterthought

Chilean girl who asked to be euthanized now wants to live, father says

CPS stops private prosecution of sex-selective abortion docs

Gender-specific abortion prosecutions halted

    Law and Religion UK: In 2012, the Daily Telegraph organized an undercover operation into gender-specific (sex-selective) abortion at various abortion clinics in England and in February that year passed evidence concerning Doctors Palaniappan Rajmohan and Prabha Sivaraman to the Crown Prosecution Service and the police. The CPS concluded that in each case there was sufficient evidence of an abortion offence, although this was a finely balanced decision; however, it was not in the public interest to prosecute and the CPS published two statements regarding its decision on 5 September 2013 and 7 October 2013.

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Chile considers bill to ease abortion ban, likely to pass: rights group

French parliament passes ‘deep sleep’ bill for end of life

Study: Euthanasia cases more than double in northern Belgium

‘The Drop Box,’ where disabled babies go to live

CPS to take over and drop ‘gender-abortion’ cases

French Parliament debates legalization of terminal sedation

Thousands rally in Dublin to protest media bias

Olympian births triplets after rejecting abortion advice

Abortion lobby delivers petition to cover up truth about abortion

Woman gives birth to her son’s IVF baby

Women offered £500 for their eggs to create 3-parent babies

The Dropbox: An incredible story of sacrifice and rescue

Adopting beauty and dignity

‘The Drop Box’ delivers complexity of orphan care to theaters

Margot Bentley appeal to stop feeding denied by B.C. court

Maternal health is better where abortion is restricted

Canada’s Supreme Court creates right to assisted suicide, leaves details up to Parliament

For abandoned babies, hope in a box

Peer warns GM babies could pass on disease to their kids

A stunning pro-life documentary: ‘The Drop Box’

UK becomes first country in world to approve creation of ‘three parent babies’

Three-parent embryos: Harming women to save lives

Raped at 12: ‘No regrets about having my baby girl’

Sex-selective abortion ban rejected by MPs

One in five Dutch doctors would help physically healthy patients die

Former Archbishop dismisses GM babies concerns

Labour MPs told: Vote against sex-selective abortion ban

One in three Dutch doctors would kill patients with dementia in assisted suicide

Bioethics expert: GM babies are a ‘monstrous mistake’

Patients’ care endangered by assisted suicide Bill, say docs

Alex Schadenberg: A very dangerous euthanasia ruling

Isle of Man Parliament rejects assisted suicide

Italy experiencing massive baby shortage due to abortion