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The Jewish Life League is an organization created to reflect the traditional Jewish pro-life perspective on abortion.  Our fundamental purpose is to enlighten and inform our readers about the tragic consequences that have befallen women and our culture since Roe v. Wade was enacted into law.

The Jewish Life League maintains that life, both born and unborn, is sacred and worthy of protection.   We believe that the current so-called 'pro-choice' position of mainstream liberal Jewish organizations is deceptive and antithetical to the traditional teachings of our faith.  
 
The Jewish Life League will report on pro-life issues and news, the pro-choice agenda and will provide updates on current legislation surrounding abortion.  We will report on the dangers posed to women by the multi-billion dollar abortion industry.

The Jewish Life League will also provide updates on Planned Parenthood's business, including updates on the recent disclosures of the sale of aborted baby body parts.

The Jewish Life League has an 18 year history online.  The Founder established the first Jewish Pro-Life Organization on the Internet in 1999.  

Jews For Life, as it was known, pioneered the Jewish Pro-Life movement by providing the public with the truth about abortion from the point of view of traditional Judaism.   When Jews for Life was established, we were the first and only Jewish pro-life voice on the internet providing features, articles, education and resources.   Jews For Life remained an active, vibrant online presence until late 2007 when the Founder closed the site due to health reasons and financial constraints.

The Jewish Life League will take up where Jews For Life left off.   The Jewish Life League will promote its pro-life message through our articles, political commentaries, analysis of government policy as it pertains to abortion, as well as discussions, forums and contributions from other writers with similar viewpoints.


"He who saves one life saves the world entire."

Mishnah Sanhedrin, 4:5; Yerushalmi Talmud 4:9, Babylonian Talmud Sanhedrin 37a

Pro-Life Judaism


In ancient times, Judaism was the only religion that valued human life, and abortion is not part of the Jewish heritage.

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The Jewish Life League was born in 1999, as Jews For Life.   When we started out, the Internet was still new for most people.    There were no iPhones or social media platforms and internet access was strictly via dial-up.   While there were many websites and organizations covering abortion and related issues, there was not a single Jewish organization or voice online that examined abortion from the traditional Jewish perspective.    For many years, we posted articles of critical importance on issues such as abortion and euthanasia, and included current world affairs and cultural commentary.   We welcomed contributing writers and still do.    For article contributions from a pro-life perspective only, our e-mail is:  info@JewishLifeLeague.org.      
We intend to continue as before by reporting on all news about abortion.   There are numerous tragic incidents of women dying, or being seriously injured after undergoing abortions in sub-standard legal abortion mills.   Current news about Planned Parenthood and taxpayer funding of abortions will be included in our articles.  

We will not continue to cover world events unless they are directly related to the abortion industry and/or the topic of assisted suicide.   If there is  important election news, we will disclose which candidates are pro-life and which are pro-abortion.   The same holds true for U.S Supreme Court nominations, and nominations for the lower courts.  

Occasionally, we will cover local events and news stories that relate to life issues, and the injustice that prevails when Courts take away the rights of ordinary citizens.

In addition to abortion, we will include adoption resources and places pregnant women can contact for adoption referrals.   Since the 2016 election there has been a plethora of news coverage, and it is possible we may miss something important.   Don't hesitate to contact us if there is any information you are aware of that we did not cover.
The knowledge and exchange of ideas on the internet has changed the hearts and minds of a majority of people who once considered themselves "pro-choice."   Today, people know more about what really is going on in the abortion industry than in decades past and are becoming increasingly pro-life.   Videos such as David Daleidon's groundbreaking expose of Planned Parenthood and their illegal trafficking of baby body parts exploded on the internet, causing a media firestorm and public outcry.    People knew nothing about this barbaric practice, although these facts were known to pro-lifers as far back as the year 2000 when Mark Crutcher of Life Dynamics did extensive research into the  baby harvesting industry.   Pro-life Videos published on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter bring the truth about abortion into focus.    Advances in neonatal technology has lowered the age of viability, and unborn babies are able to survive outside the womb at 24 weeks.    These facts - and many others - will be covered by The Jewish Life League as we report on the news. 
There has been a significant decline in the number of abortions since 1973.   According to the Guttmacher Institute, which receives its data directly from abortionists so is considered to be the most reliable, the number of abortions in the year 2014 was 926,190, dropping to below one million for the first time since 1973.   Abortions are decreasing nationwide and is down in almost every state, and abortion facilities are closing.   This is in large part due to the efforts of pro-life groups, changes in the public perception of abortion, and the fact that many abortionists are forced to shut down their businesses because they refuse to comply with even minimal health and safety standards required by state law.   
Absolutely.   In 2017 alone, 321,384 babies were murdered in Planned Parenthood clinics in the United States, much of it paid for with federal funding.

Moreover, according to Conservapedia's "Abortion statistics" page, there are some startling numbers that show the horror of what has happened over the past 45 years since Roe v. Wade.   Here are a selection of the list of abortion facts:

Nearly half of all African American babies are aborted.
There are approximately 42 million babies aborted annually worldwide.
More than half of all pregnancies in Russia are aborted.
Women identifying themselves as Protestants obtain 37.4% of all abortions in the U.S.
Catholic women account for 31.3%.
Jewish women account for 1.3%
1% of all abortions occur because of rape or incest; 6% of abortions occur because of potential health problems regarding either the mother or child, and 93% of all abortions occur for social reasons.

For the remainder of the statistics visit:  Abortion Statistics on the Conservapedia.com website.


We are making many positive strides in promoting the pro-life message.   Abortion rates are at their lowest in decades.   Most Americans oppose taxpayer-funded abortions.   Operation Rescue reports in an Abortion Clinic Survey that 81% of surgical abortion clinics have closed since 1991, and that 81 abortion clinics closed or reduced services in 2015.   A more recent Operation Rescue survey published in December 2017 reports that 45% of states had at least one abortion facility closing its doors.   In total, 49 abortion facilities - 35 surgical and 14 medication only clinics - closed or halted abortion services.  

Most clinic closings are due to serious health violations and unsanitary conditions.   Americans have seen David Daleidon’s videos exposing Planned Parenthood’s involvement in the illegal sale of baby body parts. Most Americans are shocked and dismayed to see clinic personnel casually discussing the dismemberment of babies over lunch, and even joking about it.

Despite significant pro-life gains, Americans remain divided or present conflicted views about abortion.   A 2015 poll published on Breitbart.com shows that 60% of Americans believe abortion is morally wrong, and 84% of respondents that they would restrict abortion to the first trimester.   Yet, in 2014 a Pew Research Study poll, 53% of Americans stated that abortion should be legal in all or most cases and a Gallup poll showed similar results.   Disparities in polls and surveys need to be examined and explored in more detail.   Much of survey results can be skewed due to the way questions are asked.    
Our hope is with the young people.   The millennials today are becoming more and more pro-life.   This was evidenced by the huge turnout of young supporters at the 2018 March for Life on Washington.   It is inspiring and encouraging to see all the high school and college groups that showed up, and this is good news for the future of the pro-life movement.   While most millennials are liberal on other issues, when it comes to abortion they want to see significant restrictions.   This is a growing positive trend that is not covered by the mainstream media.   
We need to educate voters on why it is vitally important to choose strong, pro-life candidates with proven pro-life records.   It is easy to find out how candidates vote on abortion.   Live Action published an ultimate pro-life guide with details as to where the 2016 presidential candidates stood on abortion.   The National Right to Life Political Action Committee publishes the pro-life voting records of candidates in all 50 states.

Pro-life groups need to unite and stand behind the enactment of a Human Life Amendment that would guarantee equal rights and protection of the law to preborn children from conception to birth, and call for a reversal of the terrible Roe v. Wade decision that has cost so many babies their lives.   By the way, it is not only babies whose lives are being lost.   Women are being killed and injured by abortionists who are repeat offenders.   Most Americans are not even aware of the abortion deaths that go undocumented, and the laws passed to make abortion more risky for women.

In 2017, there were eight incidents where ambulances had to transport injured women from the  Planned Parenthood Margaret Sanger abortion mill in New York City.   Operation Rescue reported 57 medical emergencies requiring ambulance transports in 2017, and 35 of those were at Planned Parenthood clinics.   Operation Rescue President Troy Newman states:

“This incident only adds to the bloody legacy of Margaret Sanger, the racist founder of Planned Parenthood, which is measured in dead babies, and maimed or dead women from predominately poor minority neighborhoods,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue. “We have no idea how many of these eight women even survived their abortion injuries – and Planned Parenthood doesn’t want anyone to know, either. The shroud of secrecy they enjoy, with the help of state authorities, just serves to enable further abuses.”

Some pro-life groups and politicians support abortion restrictions, but will not stand behind a reversal of Roe v. Wade.   As an example, Gov. John Kasich (R-Ohio) signed into law a ban on all abortions after 20 weeks.   However, Gov. Kasich vetoed a measure known as the "Heartbeat Bill" which would have banned abortion at six weeks, the time after which the fetal heartbeat is detected.    

America is in moral decline and the mainstream media is allied with the abortion industry, not reporting the truth about how Americans feel about abortion.    When polls show a majority of participants stating they are increasingly pro-life and would like to see abortion restrictions enacted, the mainstream media suppresses the results.   If we want real positive change, then pro-lifers need express clearly what being pro-life really means.   The humanity of preborn children is not up for debate.   Life is precious in all its ages and stages, from the moment of conception until natural death.   

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Death by assisted suicide, death by euthanasia. Whatever you call it, the murder of innocent people is on the rise in the Netherlands, Belgium and yes, even in the United States!

The rabbi is voicing his own view, not the viewpoint of traditional Judaism which only allows abortion when the mother's life is at risk.

There is much we can learn from history and the calamities that befell the Jewish people in ancient Jerusalem.

When a young woman dies after an abortion due to horrible circumstances, the abortion industry remains silent.

Judge Kavanaugh has outstanding credentials and states that judges must be independent and interpret the law, not make the law. But would he overturn Roe v. Wade if the case comes to the Court?

This was a slim victory for free speech. When pregnant women choose life, Planned Parenthood loses money.

The left has gone mad because Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy retired. I'm worried about them.

"Before I formed you in the womb I knew you."

Jeremiah 1:5

RABBIS




Rabbi J. David Bleich – Dr. Bleich is a foremost authority in the field of bio-ethics.   He is a professor of Talmud (rosh yeshiva) at the Rabbi Isaac Eichanan Theological Seminary, an affiliate of Yeshiva University, as well as head of its postgraduate institute for the study of Talmudic jurisprudence and family law. At Yeshiva University, he holds the Herbert and Florence Tenzer Chair in Jewish Law and Ethics and also teaches at the Cardozo Law School. He is married to Dr. Judith Bleich, a historian of 19th-century European Jewry.

Rabbi Bleich is a Woodrow Wilson Fellow, a postdoctoral fellow at the Hastings Center and fellow of the Academy of Jewish Philosophy.

Rabbi Bleich is the author of Contemporary Halakhic Problems (seven volumes); Bioethical Dilemmas: A Jewish Perspective (two volumes); Jewish Bioethics (a collection of essays, which he co-edited with Fred Rosner); With Perfect Faith: Foundations of Jewish Belief; Time of Death in Jewish Law; Judaism and Healing; and The Philosophical Quest.  He has written extensively on the applications of Jewish law to contemporary social issues and on the interface of Jewish law and the American legal system. He serves as the long-standing contributor of the survey of halakhic literature for Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought.

(Source:  Wikipedia.org)


“A Jew is governed by such reverence for life that he trembles lest he tamper unmindfully with the greatest of all divine gifts, the bestowal or withholding of which is the prerogative of G-d alone.  Although he be master over all within the world, there remain areas where man must fear to tread, acknowledging the limits of his sovereignty and the limitations of his understanding.   In the unborn child lies the mystery and enigma of existence.  Confronted by the miracle of life itself, man can only draw back in silence before the wonder of the Lord.”

From Contemporary Halakhic Problems, Volume 1.  KTAV Publishing House, Inc.   Yeshiva University Press:  New York and Hoboken, copyright 1977, p. 370.


"No authority permits an abortion which is non-therapeutic in nature.   There are early rabbinic authorities who expressly declare that ritual laws such as Shabbat observance and fasting on Yom Kippur are suspended in order to preserve the life of the fetus.  Suspension of such significant religious observances is clearly incompatible with indiscriminate license to destroy fetal life."

"As has been shown earlier, Judaism teaches that man does not enjoy unrestricted proprietary rights with regard to his own body, much less so with regard to the body of an unborn child.  Furthermore, the fetus is not merely an appendage to the mother, but is a being in its own right.  The Gemara concludes that the embryo is endowed with a soul a the moment of conception."   

(Source:  Rabbi J. David Bleich.  Judaism and Healing: Halakhic Perspectives.  KTAV Publishing House Inc.  1981, p. 97.



Rabbi Moses Feinstein - (1895 –1986) was a Haredi Orthodox rabbi, scholar and an authoritative adjudicator of questions related to Jewish law.   Rabbi Feinstein was world-renowned for his expertise in Halakha, gentleness, and compassion, and was regarded by many as the de facto supreme halakhic authority for observant Jews in North America.   In the Orthodox world, he is widely referred to simply as "Reb Moshe", and his halakhic rulings are often referenced in contemporary rabbinic literature.   He served as president of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis.   

(Source:  Wikipedia)

“We must reinforce our sensitivity to the Divine definition of life by reviewing the halachos [Torah laws) that govern preservation of life and prohibit taking of lives.   Specifically, as the Rambam declares; abortion is a type of murder and can never be permitted except when the fetus presents a danger to the mother’s life.  The proposed law in Israel is not only legalized bloodshed.  More than that, it is also a terrible desecration of G-d's name.

(Excerpt from remarks by Rabbi Moshe Feinstein, "Abortion in Israel," The Jewish Observer, Sivan, 5736 / May 1976, Volume XI, Number 7, p. 10.)



Immanuel Jakobovits, Baron Jakobovits (1921 – 1999) was the Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth from 1967 to 1991.   Prior to this, he had served as Chief Rabbi of Ireland and as rabbi of the Fifth Avenue SYsnagogue in New York City.   In addition to his official duties he was regarded as an authority in medical ethics from a Jewish standpoint. He was knighted in 1981 and became the first Chief Rabbi to enter the House of Lords in 1988 as Baron Jakobovits.

(Source:  Wikipedia.org)

"I had asked the Association for the current statistics on the number of abortions performed annually.   They quoted 40,000 as the most recent figure.   That was twenty years ago!  This was something absolutely catastrophic for the security of Israel, quite apart from halachic considerations.  The pikuach nefesh (survival) of the Jewish people itself was at stake.  We had by now wiped out before birth, smothered in their mothers' wombs, something like 2 million potential Israelis who would have been born and bred as perfectly healthy children.  All this as a result of liberal abortion laws and practices.  

"Had Israel eliminated the evil of easy abortion, the Jewish population would today be well over 5 million instead of 3 million, and what a difference this would have made to Israel's security if not to its economy as well!"

(Source:  "The Role of Jewish Medical Ethics in Shaping Legislation," by Lord Immanuel Jakobovits.   In Medicine and Jewish Law, edited by Fred Rosner, M.D.   Jason Aronson Inc.:  Northvale, New Jersey, London, c1990.)



Norman (Nachum) Lamm (born December 19, 1927) is an American Modern Orthodox rabbi, scholar, author and Jewish communal leader. He was the Chancellor of Yeshiva University until he announced his retirement on July 1, 2013.

He holds a Ph.D. in Jewish philosophy and was the third President of Yeshiva University, the first to be born in the United States. He was a disciple of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik (one of Orthodoxy's most influential modern scholars), who ordained him at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, Yeshiva University's rabbinical school in 1951.

(Source:  Wikipedia)

“The freedom of parents to crush prenatal life, which now seems to be in vogue, will eventually lead to utter destruction,” Rabbi Norman Lamm stated in 1970, “because it is only a small leap of logic from feoticide to infanticide, to getting rid of infants who may not fulfill our ideals of mental and physical health, or, eventually, ethnic and genetic respectability.”

Rabbi Lamm reiterated those themes in a
 sermon from 1976: “Never, never, must we allow this desacralization of life — whether in the form of benevolent euthanasia or free and easy abortions … or any of the other manifestations of this fundamental antagonism to life — to influence us.”

(Source:  Ben Shapiro's comments about Rabbi Lamm's pro-life position.  Quoted  In "Judaism and the Unborn:  Which Stance is the Right Stance?"  by Myles Kantor, The Daily Caller, July 18,2018.)   




Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik (1903 – 1993) – was an Orthodox rabbi, Talmudist, and modern Jewish philosopher. The Rav, as he came to be known, ordained closed to 2,000 rabbis over the course of almost half a century.   He served as an advisor, guide, mentor, and role-model for tens of thousands of Jews, both as a Talmudic scholar and as a religious leader.   (Source:  Wikipedia)

In 1975, Rabbi Soloveitchik made the following statement while he was teaching a class:

“And if you kill the fetus, a time will come when even infants will be killed…If the dominant principle governing the logos [“thinking capacity”] is that abortion is morally permissible because only a mother has a right to decide whether she wishes to be a mother, then infants may similarly have their lives terminated after birth."

(Source:  Rav Joseph B. Soloveitchik, "You Murder the Children."    Article and Quote Source:   The Jewish Press )



Rabbi Pinchas Mordechai Teitz -  Rabbi Pinchas Mordechai Teitz was a scion of a line of rabbis stretching back centuries. He was born in Latvia and trained in rabbinical seminaries in Lithuania. He arrived in the United States in 1933 for what he thought would be a yearlong lecture tour. Instead, he stayed to marry Bessie Preil, daughter of Rabbi Elozor Mayer Preil, the rabbi of what was then a small Orthodox community in Elizabeth. He succeeded his father-in-law in the rabbinate upon Rabbi Preil's death in the 1930's. Since then, the community, founded in 1881, has grown to some 5,000 people affiliated with five synagogues under one united rabbinate. Rabbi Teitz established that rabbinate and the family tradition is upheld by his son, Rabbi Elazar Mayer Teitz, who has been his associate since 1958. The Jewish Educational Center he founded [in 1941] made Elizabeth the fourth American city, after New York, Boston and Baltimore, to offer a full-range Jewish and secular education. It consists of the elementary Yeshiva, along with Mesivta Academy, a high school for boys, and Bruriah High School for girls. Together, they have more than 900 students. When he founded the Jewish Educational Center, the preamble of its bylaws promised that it would become something for Jewish communities throughout the United States to emulate. Its success was recognized by the Government of Israel in 1968, when it singled out Elizabeth as a model Jewish community and presented it with a medal.

(Source:  Wikipedia.org)    Obituary Source:   The New York Times

“Shedding of innocent blood in Jewish life is so reprehensible that at times even those not responsible for the act of murder who hear of such an incident must dissociate themselves from it.”

 “How then, are we to respond with less than shock to the killing of 100,000 fetuses through abortion in Israel, year after year?  This is certainly a sin against Torah. . .It is a crime against Jewry, against mankind, and even against the Land itself – for the Torah clearly warns that the Land, in its sensitivity to corruption, can tolerate no bloodshed.” 

       

Rabbi Joseph Karasick - Rabbi Joseph Karasick was president of the Orthodox Union from 1966-1972 and chairman of its Board of Directors from 1972-1978.

Rabbi Bernard L. Berzon - Rabbi Berzon was president of the Rabbinical Council of America from 1970 to 1972, and was vice president of the Religious Zionists of America from 1971 to 1973.

“In Judaism, the life of an unborn child is sacred and only when it is a threat to the mother can the moral issue of abortion be resolved.  For each person to decide arbitrarily, on the basis of economics or convenience, whether a fetus is to survive is literally for man to play G-d and is religiously blasphemous and socially destructive.”

 - Taken from a joint statement released in July of 1970 by Rabbi Karasick and Rabbi Berzon.   At this time abortion laws din New York had been liberalized and abortion was legal in the state for the first 24 weeks of pregnancy. -


Pro-Life Resources


Pro-Life News:

Pro-Life Groups Endorse Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer and Three Pro-Life Congressmen - NEW!  

Trump Admin Creates Religious Liberty Task Force to Protect Pro-Life Christians 

South Carolina will vigorously defend pro-life executive order against Planned Parenthood’s latest lawsuit 

Pro-Lifers Know Brett Kavanaugh Stands With Them, Because He’s Done It Before

Would Brett Kavanaugh Overturn Roe? Supreme Court pick’s record offers mixed clues 


Judaism and Abortion:

Abortion and the Igros Moshe - New!   An analysis of key arguments made by Rav Moshe Feinstein in defense of life!

On categorical mistakes: A response to Rabbi Elli Fischer on abortion - New!  

Yes, Judaism Is Pro-Life | Daily Wire

America's Real Problem

Israel's abortion rate falls as birth control, traditional mores rise

Baruch Hashem for Jewish Babies!

‘You Murder the Children’: Rav Soloveitchik on Abortion

2 Top Orthodox Rabbis Score 'Blanket' Abortion Permission (NY Times, July 11, 1970)

Orthodox Rabbis Rebuke Jews Who Back Permissive Abortion (NY Times, Jan.28, 1976)

Chief Rabbis of Israel:  Abortion in Israel is “a real epidemic, as tens of thousands of Jewish souls are being lost each year”

American Jews - Not Just the Orthodox - Should Join Christians In Defending Religious Liberty

Abortion in Israel: Legal Until Birth

Don Feder:  The View From Sinai - A Jewish Perspective on Abortion

Jewish pro-life activist Medved says children are ‘a gift, not a choice’

Israeli Doctor Exposes Nazi Abortion Program


Abortion Facts and Statistics:

Facts and Figures Relating to the Frequency of Abortion in the United States


What Planned Parenthood Really Does:

NEW!  The Real Planned Parenthood: Leading the Culture of Death 2018 Edition - New!

Aiding Abusers: Planned Parenthood's coverup of child sex abuse - New!  

Abortions at Planned Parenthood Increase 142% Even Though Abortions Decline Nationwide

How Planned Parenthood’s first abortion center went from ‘pregnancy detection’ to abortion

Past Planned Parenthood president instrumental in pushing to decriminalize abortion

How Planned Parenthood Profits from Fetal Tissue “Donation”

Planned Parenthood’s latest ploy to promote youth abortions: VR technology


Abortion History:   

A brief history of the American pro-life movement

Abortion on Conservapedia

How many women really died from illegal abortion prior to Roe v. Wade?

How Cosmopolitan and the feminist movement became unlikely allies


Pro-Life articles:

Traumatic brain injury: Discovery of two molecules could lead to new drug treatments

Supreme Court Rejects Planned Parenthood Challenge to Arkansas Pro-Life Law That Could Close Two Abortion Clinics 

Iowa governor signs bill banning abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected

Thousands Gather for Record-Breaking London March for Life

Iowa legislature passes bill to ban all abortions after an unborn baby's heartbeat begins

Why pro-life feminism is more important now than ever

Mom of girl with Down syndrome: Mia is ‘a different kind of perfect’


The Dangers of Legal Abortion

Butcher of Bellevue Strikes Again, But This Time, Public Recording of the Abortion Emergency is Blank

Abortionist faces 15 years for killing woman in botched legal 26-week abortion

Abortionist on trial after woman bled to death from late-term abortion


Conservative Media:

Renew America

Newsmax

Conservative Review

World Net Daily

CNS News


Pro-Life Groups Endorse Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer and Three Pro-Life Congressmen

Organizations


JEWISH AND PRO-LIFE:

Be'ad Chaim - Israel Pro-Life - Committee for the Rescue of Israel's Babies.   Offering help and new hope for women in crisis pregnancies by providing counseling, education, and practical provision. In this way we can help the men and women of Israel to choose LIFE.

C.R.I.B. - Efrat -  Its mission is to empower women to make an informed choice about the future of their pregnancy by providing them with personal counseling, prenatal medical consultation and postnatal family support.

Just One Life - Israeli organization offers expectant mothers a helping hand to guide them through the months of pregnancy and beyond.

In Shifra's Arms - In Shifra’s Arms is the only Jewish unplanned pregnancy organization in the United States.   Their mission is to help struggling pregnant women to build a positive future for themselves and their children.  They offer both counseling and practical resources throughout pregnancy and after birth as needed.

PRO-LIFE GROUPS:

The following pro-life groups and organizations offer valuable and current information, investigative reporting and resources on abortion and assisted suicide.   The Jewish Life League believes these are the top pro-life organizations on the web today.    They are listed in alphabetical order.  

Abort73.com -  An online resource designed to creatively and comprehensively educate students about the injustice of abortion, and provide them with simple tools to help pass that education along to others.

The American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists - The reason AAPLOG exists is to encourage and equip its members and other concerned medical practitioners to provide an evidence-based rationale for defending the lives of both the pregnant mother and her unborn child.

Americans United for Life-  The nation’s premier pro-life legal team, works through the law and legislative process to one end: Achieving comprehensive legal protection for human life from conception to natural death. The nonprofit, public-interest law and policy organization holds the unique distinction of being the first national pro-life organization in America— incorporated in 1971, before the infamous Roe v. Wade decision.

BlackGenocide.org - Exposing the origins of genocide and the current crisis of abortion in the African-American community.

Center for Bioethical Reform - Working to establish prenatal justice and the right to life for the unborn, the disabled, the infirm, the aged and all vulnerable peoples through education and the development of cutting edge educational resources.

Center for Medical Progress - Groundbreaking undercover investigation and videos exposing Planned Parenthood and their baby harvesting business.

Family Research Council Family Research Council recognizes and respects the inherent dignity of every human life from conception (whether by natural or artificial means) until death. FRC desires to help build a culture of life, holding that all human life is a gift to be treasured.  

Human Life International - HLI defends both the God-given life and dignity of all human persons from conception until natural death, and the natural family based on marriage—the  fundamental human institution defined by a lifetime union between one man and one woman that is open to life.

Life Dynamics -  Their mission is simple: to end legalized abortion in America and restore legal protection to the unborn. Life Dynamics have always striven to be the most innovative and the cutting edge of the pro-life movement.

Life Issues Institute - Founded in 1991 by J.C. Willke, MD, and Bradley Mattes, Life Issues Institute is a non-profit (501 c 3) international organization dedicated to changing hearts and minds of millions of people through pro-life education.

Life News - Independent news agency devoted to reporting news that affects the pro-life community. With a team of experienced journalists and bloggers, LifeNews.com reaches more than 750,000 pro-life advocates each week via our web site, email news reports, social networking outreach and weekday radio program.

Life Site News - Launched in September 1997, LifeSiteNews.com is a non-profit Internet service dedicated to issues of culture, life, and family.   LifeSiteNews Daily News reports and information pages are used by numerous organizations and publications, educators, professionals and political, religious and life and family organization leaders and grassroots people across North America and internationally.

LiveAction -  Leading pro-life platform founded by Lila Rose.  With the largest online presence in the pro-life movement, Live Action reaches millions of people each month with their eye-opening and life-saving content.

Maafa21.com - Eye-opening documentary film about the eugenics origins of abortion, and black genocide in America going back 150 years leading to birth control and abortion.

March for Life - The Annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., began as a small demonstration and rapidly grew to be the largest pro-life event in the world.  Their mission is to end abortion by uniting, educating, and mobilizing pro-life people in the public square.   In addition to the March in Washington, the website lists local marches for life throughout the United States.

National Right to Life News- The mission of National Right to Life is to protect and defend the most fundamental right of humankind, the right to life of every innocent human being from the beginning of life to natural death.  National Right to Life works to achieve its mission through education, legislation and political action.  Its activities include  providing research, educational materials,  information and leadership training for effective right-to-life citizenship as well as sponsoring legislation which will advance the protection of human life and supporting the election of public officials who defend life.

Operation Rescue - One of the leading pro-life Christian activist organizations in the nation. Operation Rescue® recently made headlines when it bought and closed an abortion clinic in Wichita, Kansas and has become perhaps the most visible voice of the pro-life activist movement in America. 

Students for Life of America -  An organization that exists to recruit, train and mobilize the pro-life generation to abolish abortion, build relationships with young people.   In eight years, Students for Life has grown to over 838 Student Life Groups on high school and college campuses throughout America,

I REGRET MY ABORTION:

Hope After Abortion - Project Rachel program is intended to reach out to women experiencing grief from the loss of a child by abortion, and to offer them reconciliation and healing.

RachelsVineyard.org - Rachel's Vineyard weekends for healing after abortion are offered throughout the year in locations across the United States and Canada, with additional sites around the world. Rachel’s Vineyard is a ministry of Priests for Life.

Silent No More - Silent No More Awareness is a Campaign whereby Christians make the public aware of the devastation abortion brings to women and men. The campaign seeks to expose and heal the secrecy and silence surrounding the emotional and physical pain of abortion.

PREGNANCY RESOURCE CENTERS:

Heartbeat International - Heartbeat International is the largest worldwide network of pregnancy help organizations.   It is the first network of pro-life pregnancy resource centers in the U.S. and the most expansive in the world. Since 1971, Heartbeat has supported, strengthened and started over 2,500 pregnancy help locations on every inhabited continent to provide alternatives to abortion.

Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation - The largest pro-life organization in Pennsylvania, their website offers a directory with a comprehensive list of pregnancy resource centers throughout numerous counties in the state.   They are listed in alphabetical order by county, and the telephone number.   Pennsylvania’s toll-free pregnancy help hotline 1-888-LIFE-AID.   National hotlines to call are 1-800-395-HELP or 1-800-712-HELP.  

ADOPTION:

The following groups provide adoption resources and help.

Birthright International - Birthright is unique and committed to offering free, non-judgmental help to women facing unplanned pregnancies. Birthright offers love, hope and support to each woman, to help her make a realistic plan for her future and the future of her unborn child.

Heartbeat International - Heartbeat International is the first network of pro-life pregnancy resource centers founded in the U.S. (1971),  and it is now the most expansive network in the world. Heartbeat has over 2,500 affiliated pregnancy help loctions including pregnancy help medical clinics (with ultrasound), resource centers, maternity homes, and adoption agencies in nearly 50 countries around the world to provide alternatives to abortion.

Jewish Children's Adoption Network - The Jewish Children's Adoption Network is the only Jewish adoption exchange in the Western hemisphere.  Founded as a not-for-profit organization in 1990, it seeks to find appropriate adoptive homes for up to 100 children who are referred to it each year.   They are contacted on a regular basis by Rabbis, social workers, agencies, attorneys and birth families, who know of children in need of a home.  

National Council for Adoption -  Passionately committed to the belief that every child deserves to thrive in a nurturing, permanent family, National Council For Adoption’s mission is to meet the diverse needs of children, birth parents, adopted individuals, adoptive families, and all those touched by adoption through global advocacy, education, research, legislative action, and collaboration.


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