Northern Ireland Court Rules Banning Abortions of Unborn Babies Violates “Human Rights”

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Northern Ireland Court Rules Banning Abortions of Unborn Babies Violates “Human Rights”

Northern Ireland may be forced to legalize the killing of unborn babies after a high court ruled that its pro-life laws violate human rights. It is the last country on the British Isles that protects the rights of born and unborn human beings.

Abortion Activists Claim This Billboard of an Unborn Baby Somehow Harasses Women

In an outrageous series of events, a pro-abortion British lawmaker slammed a pro-life billboard as “harassment” for displaying the image of a nine-week unborn baby and then praised people for vandalizing it. British Labour MP Stella Creasy is leading an effort to force Northern Ireland to legalize the killing of unborn babies for any reason up to 24 weeks.

Irish High Court judge rules: ‘Unborn’ is ‘clearly a child’ with ‘significant’ rights

DUBLIN, Ireland, August 4, 2016 ( LifeSiteNews) – An Irish High Court judge has ruled that unborn children have all the rights of “born” children under the Irish constitution and law. Justice Richard Humphries made the ruling during a tangled deportation case made more complex by the unborn child fathered by the Nigerian man whom the Irish government is seeking to expel.