'Int'l Day of the Girl Child' Spotlights Gendercide

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Friday is International Day of the Girl Child, marking the 200 million women who would be here today if they'd not been aborted simply because they were female.

Most of these women were wiped out in China, India and other Asian countries, but it's now reported that "gendercide" abortions have been legalized in Great Britain, the very heart of the Western world.

Earlier this week, the European Parliament voted overwhelmingly to approve a report condemning gendercide and calling on the European Commission "to take the necessary legislative or other measures to ensure that practicing forced abortions and sex-selective surgery to terminate pregnancy without prior or informed consent or understanding of the procedure by the women involved is criminalized," LifeSiteNews reported on its website. 

Abortion is frequently presented as a woman's right to choose, but research shows in gendercide cases, would-be mothers are often coerced into aborting their female babies.

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