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Pro-lifers in Spain march in front of abortion center that was subject of an investigative report

.- Hundreds of people in Spain have been periodically marching in front of the Genemedex abortion clinic in Barcelona to protest the illegal practice of late-term abortions, which was revealed by the British Sunday Telegraph. The association Young E-Christians organized the latest march.  Last November 17, some 150 people, mostly young people and families, protested as well, and last Saturday a different organization led the march.

During the protests, statements by the British doctor who accompanied women to the clinic are usually read.  Ginemedex practices illegal late-term abortions in Spain, claiming they are for gynecological emergencies.  Perfectly healthy and viable babies between 6 and 8 months old are put to death during the procedure.

“But it is because you are killing a baby.  Better to kill the baby inside rather than outside.  I would not give my children up for adoption to somebody I don’t know.  You don’t know who they are going to be with, what kind of life they will have.  Instead of ruining one life, two are ruined; your life and the life of the baby.”  That was the “advice” Dr. Saroj Adlakha gave to a reporter who posed as a father of a teenage girl looking for an abortion clinic.

While British authorities have ordered an investigation into Adlakha, in Spain officials have yet to act against Ginemedex.


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Saint Ignatius of Loyola, Priest

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