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Opinions about abortion may be best explained as being a amalgamation of beliefs on its morality, and beliefs on the responsibility, ethical scope, and proper extent of governmental authorities in public policy. Religious ethics also has an influence upon both personal opinion and the greater debate over abortion.
The first question is what is abortion And the answer is that abortion is the removal or expulsion of an embryo or fetus from the uterus, resulting in or caused by its death. Abortion can be natural i.e. it can be the spontaneous expulsion of a fetus, commonly known as a miscarriage. Or it can be induced i.e. the removal of a fetus by medical, surgical, or other ways at some stage in human pregnancy.
Let's begin with discussing the pro-life point of view about abortion. They say that because life begins at the time of conception, abortion is like to kill as it is the act of taking human life. It is in direct disobedience of the universally accepted notion of the sanctity and the blessedness of human life No civilized society allows one human on purpose to destruct or take the life of another human without penalty, and abortion is no poles apart.
For women who insist absolute control of their body, they should practice control to prevent the threat of an unwanted pregnancy through the responsible use of contraception or, if that is not possible, through abstinence. Abortion is not and must not be considered as another type of contraception. Also it later causes severe mental and emotional pain and stress, thus it can result in medical obstacles in later life. ...
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