El Salvador’s Supreme Court Rejects Abortion Case; Points to Personhood of Child

The Salvadoran high court rejected the over-hyped claims of abortion advocates in favor of common-sense protections for mother and child on Wednesday. The ruling upholds El Salvador’s constitutional protection of the right to life beginning at fertilization.

Over the past few months, international abortion activists have exploited the case of a 22-year-old Salvadoran woman known as “Beatriz.” Intending to open the door for broad legalization of abortion, they allege that her life is in danger because she has lupus and kidney difficulties and that her child possesses no right to life because he suffers from a severe brain abnormality known as anencephaly.

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