Argentina: Senate rejects bill to legalize abortion

59eded209a5b5_750x498The upper chamber of the Argentinian Parliament has rejected by 38-31 votes a bill that had already been accepted by the lower chamber, which would have legalized abortion on demand. 

This is an important victory for now, but in fact this was already the seventh or eight attempt to legalize child murder, and the pro-aborts seemed closer to success than with their earlier motions. Immediately after the lost vote, the international abortion lobby has already vowed to continue its tenacious efforts directed at undermining the human rights of unborn children quoting (unreliable, probably manipulated) opinion surveys according which the population wants abortion to be liberalized.

The abortion/LGBT lobby in Argentina is known to be particularly hateful and aggressive, and has in the recent past made several attempts to set churches on fire.