Abortion Doctor in India Jailed Under Female Foeticide Law

by Hilary White  PALWAL, India, March 29, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – For the first time in India since the law against sex selection abortions was put in place, an abortionist has been sentenced to jail time for using ultrasound technology to determine the sex of an unborn child for purposes of abortion.   Dr. Anil Sabsani was caught in the act by authorities who sent a “customer” to have a sex-selection in order to obtain an abortion. Recordings of the encounter show that Dr. Sabasani assured the decoy that “it would be taken care of.”  Local news sources say that convictions […]
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Study Finds Daycare Damages Babies Brain Chemistry

ORANGE, Calif., March 29, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Major research firms and universities in America, Canada, and England have arrived at the same conclusion as the new study reported in the Australian Sydney Morning Herald, that “daycare damages babies’ brain chemistry and affects their social and emotional development.” It was reported, “significant among the reams of research are the so-called cortisol studies, which measured the presence of stress hormones in young babies—consistently finding levels to be higher in children in long hours of day care.” Children in daycares and preschools are not developing properly, and equally as troubling, in later public […]
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Gruesome Photos of Aborted Babies Take University of Calgary by Storm

CALGARY, AB, March 29, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A day after a heated abortion debate at U of C, Campus Pro-Life (CPL) returned for a repeat showing of twelve 4×8 foot bloody images from the Genocide Awareness Project (GAP) yesterday. Monday, students were visibly shocked by the gruesome abortion and historical genocide images, prompting many stares and questions. Word spread quickly on campus, with students sending text messages on their phones to their friends to “check out” the controversial exhibit. “We were impressed by the number of conversations,” said CPL Secretary Matt Wilson. “Many students came back several times throughout the […]
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Pro-life Governments Around World Declaring March 25 “Day for the Unborn Child”

by Hilary White March 28, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – An international movement is afoot to establish March 25 as the Day for the Unborn Child. Beginning in 1993 in El Salvador as “Day for the Right to be Born,” the movement has grown to include other Latin American countries and is being imported to countries around the world. The celebration in 1999 in Buenos Aires was noted by Pope John Paul II and joined by representatives of the Muslim, Orthodox and Jewish communities in Brazil. Pope John Paul said he hoped the day would be adopted internationally as “a positive option […]
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First Australian Territory to Grant All Marriage Rights to Same-Sex Unions

By Gudrun Schultz and Steve Jalsevac CANBERRA, Australia, March 28, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Australia’s Capital Territory will pass legislation allowing same-sex civil unions, the first territory in Australia to do so. Under the new law, homosexual couples will have all the rights given to men and women in heterosexual marriages. Gay unions will be granted a “functional equality” to couples in traditional marriages, but not the title. The ACT chief minister Jon Stanhope insists the law is not an attack on traditional marriage, since gay couples will not be officially married. “The civil union scheme…which we propose to pass in […]
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Canadian Media Co. Issues Token Apology for Bashing Catholicism in New Zealand

By Gudrun Schultz WELLINGTON, New Zealand, March 28, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) –The CanWest broadcaster that aired the offensive South Park cartoon’s “Bloody Mary” episode has apologized to New Zealanders for any offence that was caused by the show, but the apology appears to be a token gesture. The broadcaster’s chief operating officer, Rick Friesen, has refused to accept responsibility for any formal complaint, saying he was in compliance with the New Zealand Television Code approved by the Broadcasting Standards Authority. “However, C4 acknowledges the strength of feeling in relation to the program, and we sincerely apologise for any offence taken,” he […]
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Abortion Pill RU-486 to Be Used As Regular Birth Control Pill

By Gudrun Schultz EDINBURGH, United Kingdom, March 28, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) –Pharmaceutical companies and the medical community have suddenly acknowledged a link between the birth control pill and breast cancer. Numerous studies showing a clear link between the use of birth control and the development of breast cancer have been largely ignored or denied in the past by drug companies and the medical community. Now, an alternative drug that would supposedly reduce the risk of breast cancer is being promoted. Several groups of scientists and pharmaceutical companies are working to produce a contracepting pill that would not trigger cancer growth, reported […]
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More Christians Arrested in Afghanistan

by Hilary White  KABUL, March 28 2006, (LifeSiteNews.com) – US-based Christian news source, Compass Direct, reports that more Christians have been arrested for their faith in Afghanistan in the wake of the release of Abdul Rahman. Compass, a news service that tracks persecution of Christians mostly in Islamic countries, says harassment of the Christian community has been stepped up.  Compass says two more Christian converts have been arrested in other parts of the country, but further information is being withheld in the “sensitive situation” caused by the international media furor over Rahman.   Reports of beatings and police raids on […]
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