Abortion: Themurder of an Innocent Life

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The murder of an innocent life

Over forty million babies have been legally aborted since 1972. Almost fifty years ago a case dealing with women rights was taken to the Supreme Court fighting for the ability to have an abortion as a solution to ending a pregnancy. This case is supported by people across the world who feel that it is the mothers right whether or not it is time to have a baby. Many women feel a tremendous stab in their egos when thinking about losing the right to abortion: “No woman can call herself free who does not control her own body” – Margaret Sanger. The truth is a child should not be a choice, it is a life brought upon oneself and deciding to end it is a cruel unfair murder. Although people believe abortion should be a choice left up to the mother, it is an act of murder towards an innocent life that should not be taken lightly by people across the world.

According to Google, abortion is defined as “The deliberate termination of a human pregnancy”. Abortion has been taking place throughout the world ever since the beginning of time along with other crimes such as theft, assault, and other forms of murder. Many people who are against the concept of being pro life stand by their decision by advocating that an unborn child does not count as a life. As stated on the “Mayo Clinic”

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website: “Just four weeks after conception, the neural tube along your babies back is closing and your babies heart is pumping blood”. Most abortions take place 6-10 weeks into a pregnancy therefore terminating a life with an already beating heart. People do not always realize that by making the selfish choice of killing a baby, they are truly committing a very serious murder which like any other can never be taken back and will consciously be around them for the rest of their lives. “New study shows 85 percent of women say abortions cause mental health issues” was an article written by Steven Ertelt informing that 42 percent of women who...
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