Feb 15

International Planned Parenthood has focused on the earthquake in Haiti to raise funds — but for what purpose?

 Paul Tuns is editor of The Interim, which bills itself as “Canada’s Life and Family Newspaper.”
“When you dig around and look at [their] website and look at the medical services that they are providing, the priorities that they give are to — quote — “low-cost, quality sexual and reproductive healthcare,” he states.
The pro-life journalist says while Planned Parenthood does not further define on its website and in its literature what that entails, “we know from experience [that it] includes contraceptives, birth control and condoms — and often, but not always, abortion.”
Haiti earthquake big (Associated Press)According to Tuns, there has been a call from pro-abortion sources — mostly in Florida — to increase abortion facilities at this time of need. But what Haitian women really need, he explains, is food, water, and shelter, as well as prenatal care, quality delivery services, and post-natal care. He cautions people about the groups they give money to for aid and relief.
“Groups such as UNICEF, Doctors Without Borders, and the International Committee of the Red Cross are all clearly involved with either doing abortions, promoting sterilization, or working with groups that do abortions,” he shares.
Tuns says Samaritan’s Purse and Southern Baptist Disaster Relief are just two of the Christian-based relief organizations that merit pro-life support.


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