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Spanish region offers abortion discounts

.- The Spanish Federation of Pro-Life Associations warned this week that while “Spain has gone crazy” with its new law on abortion, the region of  Andalucia, “has completely lost its way” as it is offering discounts for abortions.

“It makes us very sad to see how death has become a business, that discounts are given to those who kill their own children,” the federation said in a press release.

It said that the marketing of innocent lives is not only an assault on the unborn but also on mothers, “who are not offered help to continue ahead with the new life that is growing within them and who are encouraged to make an irreversible decision that could ruin their lives.”

 Abortion is not a healthcare service but rather “a violent and inhumane procedure that leaves terrible emotional scars and sometimes endangers women's future maternity,” the federation said.

It is a practice unsuitable for civilized countries, which are supposed to “care for the physical and psychological health of their inhabitants.”

“A government that permits and fosters these ‘discounts’ from the promoters of death … cannot fall any lower,” the federation said.


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