Abortion: Pregnancy and United Nations Declaration Essay

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Honors English II
Period- 2
Due- November 25, 2013
Abortion
Abortion takes the lives of helpless babies that haven’t even been born yet. Do you want to be responsible for taking the life of another? Abortion is wrong. The unborn child is alive from the moment of conception and has a right to live, abortion causes mental and physical risks to women which might leads to sterility, and in addition the United Nations declaration says children have a right to be protected before as well as after birth.
The unborn child is alive from the moment of conception and has a right to live. Barristers and solicitors have traditionally looked to case law as an important source of interpreting domestic law. All human life is of equal value so why take a life instead of giving one? In such circumstances treatment that is ethical does not involve deliberately taking the life of a baby. Therefore, everyone has a right to live even if they can’t speak for themselves.
Mental and physical risks to women might lead to sterility, guilt, and depression. The woman might never have children again. There is a risk that the woman might die. Three out of four women regret having the abortion after it’s been done. Indeed, abortion is terrible and can lead to so many risks, so why have it?
United Nations declaration says children have a right to be protected before as well as after birth. Moreover, even though unborn babies can’t speak they still have a right. Having an abortion would be like taking away the babies right, a right to live. Abortion is not the answer. There are so many other things you can do besides it. The future well- being of your baby will be affected by choices you make so make the right choice.
On the other hand, you might think that abortion gives women the right to control their body. However, the baby in the womb is not “her body”; it is a separate human life. The baby is…