Amir Farsoud didn’t want to die. But after being threatened with eviction, he applied for MAiD (medical assistance in dying) rather than face homelessness. Mr Farsoud, from Ontario, did not have a terminal illness, but was signed off for euthanasia because of chronic back pain. ‘I don’t want to die but I don’t want to be homeless more than I don’t want to die,’ he said.
In a welcome development, the Department of Health announced in February that the DIY abortion scheme would come to an end in August 2022.
210,860 lives were lost to abortion in England & Wales in 2020. ‘DIY’ home abortions accounted for a significant proportion of these.
A lot of media debate and reportage has recently focused on the threats to gender-critical students and members of staff at universities as well as the silencing of speakers who propose similar views. The same issues have been faced by pro-life students for years. University campuses have also always been one of the front lines of the pro-life movement.
Peaceful prayer is under threat in Scotland. Radical politicians want to ban public prayer & offers of help to women at Scottish abortion facilities.
When making decisions about abortion, our lawmakers ignore the voices of women who have been adversely affected by abortion. In the name of ‘women’s rights, they invalidate the experiences of those women whose stories show the harm that abortion can do.