Abortion really is a divisive issue.
Abortions in the US annually: 1.21 million.
Abortions in US since Roe vs. Wade, 1973: 55,772,015 (January, 2013)
Abortions in Canada, annually: 103,768 (2010)
Abortions in Canada reported from 1974 2010: 3,191,362
After the Supreme court of Canada struck down Canada’s abortion laws in 1987, the rate of abortion increased 53.4% in nine years.
Among New York City African American women, abortions outnumber live births.
A helpful abortion clock is here.
Perhaps Syrian refugees, having tasted death, won’t be so eager to kill their young.
The US aborts 3000 children per day. On one day, Friday the 13th, 2015, ISIS managed to kill about 130. So who represents evil?
Daily, three thousand children are poisoned, burned, dragged from the womb, have their skulls crushed and their brains sucked out, and dismembered in the womb. This is true of every “Christian” Western nation: Europe, Canada, the US, Australia . . . France, as it happens, aborts more children than are born. ISIS doesn’t promote abortion.
Who are we to call anyone evil?