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Legal or Not

  • Date Submitted: 01/27/2010 11:24 PM
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Many woman feel trap once they find out they are pregnant with an unplanned pregnancy, these woman become overwhelm with feelings of terror and hopeless choosing the a quick unmoral decision: Abortion.

Many countries have their abortion’s laws based on scientific and biblical perspectives.For example Belgium find abortion to be legal for many reasons: the mother’s life is being threaten by the fetus, fetus has a medical problem or generic defects, to maintain the mother’s physical and mental health, rape, and even popular demand.   The government of Belgium find these fact to be sufficient to make abortion legal.

In the other side of the world, El Salvador’s law does not find these facts to be justifiable to terminate a child’life. In addition, El Salvador has always had a strong Roman Catholic identity, which influences the government’s desicions. Salvadorian have a biblical perspective: Roman catholics maintain that abortion denies the most fundamental of all human rights “the right to exit.” In addition Salvadorian Government quotes “from this moment of his/her existence, a human being must be recognized as having the rights of a person, among which is the inviolable right of every innocent being to life.”

Many countries may find different facts justifiable to abort, whichever is in order to safe a life or just for the mother’s quick fix convenience. At the end it’s up to each individual to accept what is right or wrong no matter if it’s based on a scientific and biblical perspectives, and if we do choose abortion as righteous, the individual must be responsible with the consequence.


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