10,000 in Poland Marched Against Abortion

10,000 Poland Marched Abortion
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10,000 in Poland Marched Against Abortion

Approximately 10,000 pro-life advocates marched Sunday in Poland against abortion and to celebrate unborn babies’ right to life and the value of marriage and family.

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The “Catholic” News Agency reports the 17th annual National March for Life and Family took place in downtown Warsaw, with a special video appearance by Polish President Andrzej Duda.

“I am very happy that you are again marching through the streets of Warsaw,” Duda said. “Grandparents, parents, children and parents-to-be form a great joyful community here today. Together you are giving public testimony of your commitment to the noblest ideals. You express the conviction that a strong family means a successful future for our country. I thank you from the heart for this.”

Poland is one of the few European countries that protects unborn babies from abortions in almost all circumstances. Abortions only are allowed in cases of rape, incest or threats to the mother’s life.*

*These exceptions are evil as well and a just Polish government will have those removed. — Site Nestor

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A “silent majority” of the nominally Catholic country supports wide-spread protections for unborn babies, according to a recent AFP report. Evidence of this can be seen in polls and recent elections when voters repeatedly have elected strong pro-life majorities to parliament.

10,000 People Flood Streets of Poland to March Against Abortion  LifeNews.com


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