ROME, Apr 20 ( – The UN faced yet more condemnation yesterday over its handling of the Kosovo refugees. Riccardo Cascioli, an expert in human rights in developing countries, revealed to Zenit News that, contrary to the assertions of the UN, “the day after pill” (or abortive pill) is not intended for refugee women who have been raped by Serb soldiers. Cascioli contends that women who have been raped by the Serbs in Kosovo would arrive at the refugee camps after the 72 hours required for an abortion to be effective with this early abortion-causing drug.

Rome’s Catholic daily ‘Avvenire’ reported that by distributing the morning-after pill “the U.N. agencies do not try to stop the violence but simply to avoid its consequences.” The reproductive health policy for refugees adopted by the UN in 1995 is so offensive that other international aid agencies such as Oxfam and Save the Children have refused to work with the UN in this regard.

Cascioli concludes that “the true objective of the reproductive health services in the refugee camps is the coercive control of a population they do not want to see increase. There is a surreptitious racism in this logic, confirmed by the fact that the one which supports these U.N. programs, including in Kosovo, – with money and personnel – is the International Planned Parenthood Federation, the powerful organization which is the heir to the eugenic movement of the beginning of the century for which the ‘selection of the race’ continues to be a task of society.”


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