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Read It And Weep: How Obama’s Science Advisor John P. Holdren Values Life

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Some mothers have Pricks😢

Originally posted on ExplosiveReports.Com:

Jurriaan Maessen
ExplosiveReports.Com
August 15, 2012

In 1972, John P. Holdren and his old buddy Paul Ehrlich wrote an article in “The Canadian Nurse”. The article is entitled “Abortion and Morality”. The subtitle reads as follows: “Has a potential human the right to live inside an actual woman without her consent?”

The article goes on to list the well-known arguments for abortion, such as “If abortion is needed by individuals and by society, is medically safe, and is not patently immoral, it is difficult to be sure exactly what is accomplished in subjecting the procedure to restrictive government scrutiny”, Holdren and Ehrich say.

“Infants”, the two continue, “are entitled to due process and equal protection under the Fouteenth Amendment to the (US) Constitution, but fetuses are not. Because of this distinction, the relaxation of abortion laws could scarcely imperil the rights of infants or of elderly and otherwise…

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Sunnah Style Dolls (and their makers) featured in SISTERS Magazine

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Get your paints ready & give them faces.

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A 'lil Spectrum from Rainbow Babies Dolls

A ‘lil Spectrum from Rainbow Babies Dolls

Coming across a fatwa suggesting that it was best to melt the features off of a child’s toy doll was understandable to me, yet still disturbing. I understand and respect the good intention behind the suggestion, but was horrified by how potentially damaging that could be for a young child who feels a deep connection to their baby doll. It’s not even necessary to take this drastic, toxic (melting plastic is toxic, don’t try it at home!) measure when there are so many ‘sunnah style’ (faceless) dolls available on the market and relatively easy to make. In the years since I read that fatwa, I have come to learn that there is a wide variety of approaches to doll play for children taken by Muslims.

Aisha Dolls

No dolls to any dolls
Some parents think it is impermissible to keep dolls, like other…

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