Sunday, August 26, 2007

Abortionist's latest tool: the Koran

From The Dawn Patrol, another entry in Dawn Eden's ongoing quest to educate us on how abortion activists and Planned Parenthood operate:

A woman walks into a pregnancy resource center, saying she's a Muslim and her religion permits her to have an abortion.

The counselor whips out a "Pregnancy Options Workbook" and shows the woman where the book says Islam forbids abortions. Impressed, the woman opts to be a client of the pregnancy resource center and keep her baby.

If that really happened, you can imagine the uproar. News would reach Planned Parenthood that the pregnancy resource center blatantly used the woman's faith to manipulate her decision. Planned Parenthood would feed the story to its friend Linda Greenhouse at the New York Times, and the rest of the press would follow with a new wave of smear stories about pregnancy resource centers.

Well, someone really did use the Koran to influence a pregnant woman who was contemplating an abortion, but there was no uproar. And the reason there was no uproar is that it was not a pregnancy resource center employee who manipulated a woman's decision to keep her baby. It was an abortionist who boasted of convincing a Muslim woman that her faith permitted her to abort.

Here is what happened. . .

Remember, Ephesians 6:12 tells us
. . . we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

And when I read stories like this, I know it to be true.

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