Category Archives: Global: Sanctity of Life

Global Sanctity of Life Issues

Inter-American Court IVF Ruling Draws Fire from Doctors and Lawyers

Kenyan churches successfully lobby to remove a U.S.-funded ad they say encourages adultery | World Magazine

    World Magazine: In the spot, broadcast over major channels in the East African nation during commercial breaks until it was pulled in March, two Kenyan women walk to a market and linger over vegetables, talking about their families. One complains that she is tired of putting up with her alcoholic husband who does not satisfy her sexually. She confesses she has a lover on the side, who even has a name in the ad, Mbugua. Her friend advises her to always use condoms with Mbugua—leading to the campaign slogan “Weka Condom Mpangoni” or “include a condom in your planning” in Swahili.


  • Posted: 05/09/2013
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Lord Falconer begins parliamentary bid to legalise ‘assisted dying’

Not a noble death: Nobel laureate euthanized by lethal injection in Belgium

Irish anti-abortion vigil at Knock draws thousands

58 Babies Develop Cerebral Palsy Annually in England Because Moms Had Abortion

Terms of Irish abortion bill agreed by Cabinet

Ireland publishes bill on so-called “life saving” abortions

Irish cabinet reaches agreement on abortion bill

Think tank calls on Australian Parliament to legalize euthanasia

Irish Court: No ‘right To Die’ For Paralyzed Woman

Mother In UK Forced 14-year-old To Get Pregnant

Polish Justice Minister Fired After Embryo Remarks

Australian government weighs heavy subsidy for ‘abortion pill’ RU-486

Planned Parenthood Threatens Nigerian UN Ambassador Over Abortion

Human embryos & beginning of life back at European Court

Analysis: European Leaders Use Laws of War to Pressure US to Fund Abortions in Africa

Ireland: Abortion legislation to go before Cabinet next week

Top researcher: iPS cells ‘probably’ already embryos, have already made cloned animals

IPas Promotes Abortion Acceptance Through Survey To Measure Stigma

Paralysed man continues push for assisted suicide

Push for Paralyzed Assisted Suicide in UK | Wesley J. Smith at NRO

Euthanasia: 4,620 per cent rise in cases in Belgium

UK: MP urges Govt to record gender of aborted babies

European Union Report Details Growth Of Human Trafficking

Turkish woman with transplanted uterus may now be pregnant

500,000 Filipinos Gather for Pro-Life Rally Before New Elections

Tens of thousands of Peruvians march in opposition to the legalization of abortion

Engineering our way to a eugenic future

What We Want Is The Head Of The Friar | New Yorker

Chen Guangcheng Shows Congress List of Chinese Officials ‘Responsible for 130,000 Forced Abortions’

Vatican adult stem cell conference gets underway

Australian ethicist celebrates “in vitro eugenics”

NHS Back Door Euthanasia Payments to End in UK Pathway

Sam Parnia – the man who could bring you back from the dead

Filipino Catholic groups band together to back poll candidates who oppose contraceptives law

Chen tells US lawmakers China breaking promise

The demographic time bomb and euthanasia | Peter Saunders at CMF Blog

Insight: The backroom battle delaying reform of China’s one-child policy

Chinese woman dies from forced sterilization after doctor’s warning

Eugenics threat growing in IVF industry: British fertility expert

We can’t ignore slavery in the bid to lift millions out of poverty

Harvesting eggs from aborted babies to create IVF babies? Ten years later the story still horrifies

13th annual March for Life in Prague draws largest-ever crowds

Czech society ageing, but less than other EU countries

French gov’t now pays 100% of abortion costs

UK Government Approves Genetically Engineered “Three-Parent” Embryos

Researcher: 1.72 Billion Abortions Worldwide Over Last 40 Years

    LifeNews: After reading the article, I asked Dr. Brian Clowes, director of education and research at Human Life International, to investigate the number of worldwide abortions since 1973. The results were staggering! He estimates that there have been more than 1.72 billion abortions over the last 40 years, a trend that is not lessening but growing exponentially as more and more countries embrace and legalize contraception and abortion as methods of population control, which is always sold as “family planning” and “reproductive health.”


  • Posted: 04/01/2013
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UK: Downing Street calls police in response to abortion display

International Lawyers Claim Malta’s Protection of Unborn is “Torture”

Decision on Canada’s motion to condemn sex-selective abortion expected Thursday

U of Quebec professor teams with Planned Parenthood to root out Quebec’s pregnancy help centers

Mind-Boggling Abortion Statistics from China

Fertility expert warns of child ‘eugenics’ dangers

Irish abortion debate reflects growing church-state tensions | Washington Post

Mother Victimized by China’s One-Child Policy Commits Suicide

Every Dollar Spent On Condoms Means Less Dollars In Taxes

Romania’s March for Life looks to stem demographic bomb, protect life

Uruguayan pro-lifers force popular vote on abortion law following petition drive

Chile, Ireland and abortion

Seven-Month-Old Baby Becomes Victim of Forced Abortion in China

France Starts Tense Debate On Sex Life Of Disabled

Scotland: ‘Let teens make assisted suicide plans’ says MSP

Canada: MPs Not Allowed to Vote to Condemn Sex-Selection Abortions

Brazil Doctor Group Urges Legalization Of Abortion

Abortion Advocates at the UN Handcuffed By Previous Agreement

Colombian court blocks attempt to impose abortion on Catholic hospitals

New Study: Abortion Can Lead to Risk of Heart Disease and Stroke

Property owner harassed by municipality over pro-life Christian Heritage Party sign

Three-person IVF moves closer in UK

Despite abortion views, Biden, Pelosi receive Communion in Vatican Mass

B.C. Court of Appeal hears assisted suicide case

Sweden: Abortions more common despite morning-after pill