Abortion And Pro-Life Movement: The Right To Life

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Every human being deserves to live regardless of their circumstances. “The Right-to-Life Movement has always considered itself a human rights movement, for it represents above all rights of those who cannot represent themselves.” (Schirrmacher 1998). In the beginning “The Right to Life Movement” would only represent unborn children, but as time passed by and medical discoveries were more advanced they created new victims: the elderly, children and adults with disabilities, along with embryos. These are the victims from euthanasia and abortion. Believe it or not abortion is indeed connected to euthanasia. People who are pro-life oppose to euthanasia and abortion because both take away the life of a human being. Abortion kills the fetus while

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