Human Right Violations !
Topic started by PA (@ cache4-1.ruh.isu.net.sa) on Thu Aug 16 05:25:01 .
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Do You Think That US and UN Plays double standard in Human Rights Violations?
What you think about it?
The western Media shows the Israelis as the innocent victims of violence and racial hatred.
But what we witness these pages will prove that the biased media presents nothing but hoaxes and confusion.
Try to brows the Photo Album of the human Massacres.
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- From: Valerie Morales (@ cache-dh01.proxy.aol.com)
on: Mon Sep 15 22:05:09
I seriously think that most people dont think as having an abortion is a human right violation. But it is, a major one. It is ending the life uf an unborn. They are not allowing the unborn child a right to live. Some people think that it is ok to have anabortion if the girl was raped by anyone,but I think that there are other options. You have already conceaved the childand now you are not going to allow the child to live. Having th echild and giving it up for adoption is a choice that many people should think of. I am one who thinnks that having an abortion for a reason other than one having their life at risk , being the mother, it is completley wrong. Being raped is not the victims fault, but it isn't the babys fault either. Give the child a chance at life.
- From: stg (@ 184.108.40.206)
on: Tue Sep 16 05:04:07 EDT 2003
giving a chance for the baby (rape case) is ok? but what kind of a chance the baby is going to have, being humilated all life, neglected and cursed as a burden day in and day out, a baby given a chance due to compulsions of people like you will suffer like hell in this world. Its easy to say things with moral self reighteousness? who will help the baby and mother through out the life?
Second abortion is the birth right of the mother because she alone will carry it in her womb and then take care for years. Fetus is not a child and there are no human rights violation. Now you want a chance for the embryo? what next that the egg of a female should be given a chance, since that also is a potential life? Come on.
First lets bother about the killings in the name of religion, caste, community, creed, custodial deaths and deaths due to the insensitivity of the justice system.
- From: Urme (@ mobileinternet.plus.com)
on: Sun Sep 21 12:53:27 EDT 2003
Human Rights Violations are RAMPANT in Britain rooted in British Culture and Practices and lack of a constitution.
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