Anonymous ID: c0adb5 June 24, 2022, 5:47 p.m. No.16504683   🗄️.is 🔗kun



>>16504496 (lb)

>right to abortion


"At the time, an Orthodox leader argued in a JTA essay that "rights" are the wrong way to talk about the Jewish stance on abortion. "Blanket bans on abortion, to be sure, would deprive Jewish women of the ability to act responsibly in cases where abortion is halachically required," wrote the leader, Rabbi Avi Shafran."


>>16504550 (lb)

>The People of Israel are Hostages just as much as we are.


Correct as we have seen during the plandemic.


The fake jews satanists bots have been quite busy today tweeting non stop.


Guess what?

"No Deals"

Anonymous ID: c0adb5 June 24, 2022, 6:11 p.m. No.16504843   🗄️.is 🔗kun




Quite funny indeed but (((they))) are not jews.


"Sanctity of life

Islamic teachings on abortion

Muslims regard abortion as wrong and haram (forbidden), but many accept that it may be permitted in certain cases.

All schools of Muslim law accept that abortion is permitted if continuing the pregnancy would put the mother's life in real danger. This is the only reason accepted for abortion after 120 days of the pregnancy.

The Qur'an does not explicitly refer to abortion but offers guidance on related matters. Scholars accept that this guidance can properly be applied to abortion.

Sanctity of life

The Islamic view is based on the very high priority the faith gives to the sanctity of life. The Qur'an states:

Whosoever has spared the life of a soul, it is as though he has spared the life of all people. Whosoever has killed a soul, it is as though he has murdered all of mankind.

Qur'an 5:32


Most Muslim scholars would say that a foetus in the womb is recognised and protected by Islam as a human life."