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TORONTO, December 21, 2005 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Fatima, a relatively new immigrant to Canada found herself pregnant with twins at a time when she already had three children and her husband was without a job. She was therefore in quite a dilemma and turned to others for help, but the “help” offered was not what she expected, wanted or needed.

Her personal story, with a happy ending, relates what many distressed pregnant women encounter from individuals or agencies who offer what they believe is a quick fix solution to their serious needs at a time of personal crisis. Fatima, who wrote an an article about her experience for the for the September 2005 Interim newspaper, resisted the offered questionable solution and was instead helped by individuals who respected her womanhood and the lives of her unborn twin children.

She wrote in her article, “While I am writing, I have tears coming down because today, I am blessed with wonderful twin boys. My life has never been filled with as much joy as now.” She wrote the article to encourage other women in similar circumstances to resist the social pressures and keep their babies.

Read this LifeSiteNews.com Special Report:
  From One Mom to Another: Keep Your Baby – A Personal, True Story
https://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2005/dec/051221a.html

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