Moral And Ethical Issues Surrounding The Abortion Debate

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Abortion is just a technical way of saying the murder of a unborn and should be abolished. Abortion is murder. According to, federal law prohibits the death penalty for a pregnant women until after the child is born. (18 U.S.C.A.S.3596). Doing this means according to the law, a innocent unborn infant cannot be sentenced to death for a crime he/she did not commit. A article in says, that even the highest known abortionists say that abortion is the act of murdering a baby. this is said by British abortionist Judith Arcana: “It is morally and ethically wrong to do abortions without acknowledging what it means to do them. I performed abortions, I have had an abortion and I am in favor of women having abortions when we choose to do so. But we should never disregard the fact that being pregnant means there is a baby growing inside of a woman, a baby whose life is ended. We ought not to pretend …show more content…, says “while fetuses of that age lack a fully developed cortex experiments on animals lacking a cortex show that they withdraw from painful stimuli.” “Dr Nathanson, an early proponent of abortion became a pro-life campaigner after he saw 12 week fetuses shrink from instruments and open their mouths in a scream during an abortion.” This is such a brutal act. This means is that when a baby is in the mother’s stomach it is in fact alive. Most “pro-choice” people say that the reason that they commit abortion is because the baby is not alive yet. They are wrong because according to factual information, the moment of the child being conceived he/she is alive. Going back to my first point that it is not only murder, but cruelty toward the innocent. One way of abortion is injecting a salt like solution into the mother’s abdomen, drying out the baby slowly as it feels the salt drying out its brain. Then the mother delivers the baby and it could still be alive, if it is they leave it somewhere to suffer and

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