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Welcome to the Jewish Life League Letter, where we  provide readers with current, updates of everything going on in the pro-life movement, and what the abortion industry is up to.   If there is news on other websites that is important for you to know, we will publish it here.

We welcome suggestions from readers regarding pro-life news, legislative updates and any information that will bring more awareness to the public of the terrible consequences of legalized abortion.     We also welcome news pertaining to assisted suicide, which is becoming an worldwide epidemic.



Jewish Life League Letter, Vol.. IV, No. 9 - The Fight For Life Continues in the States


In this issue:   This month's JLL Letter is packed with information!   What makes the ancient lessons of Tisha B'Av relevant today, reviewing an article from my JLL archives.   Jews are not united around the abortion issue as they should be.   Rabbi Menken's Important interview and  response to the radical pro-abortion position of Rabbi Barry Silver and other liberal Jews. Pro-abortion violence against a teenage pro-life advocate.   The Kansas amendment and why it failed.  Pro-life Congresswoman Jackie Walorski killed in tragic car accident.   When abortion was legalized in New York with video from 1970, and much, much more!


Jewish Life League Letter, Vol. IV, No. 8   - What To Expect Now That Roe v. Wade is Gone  

SPECIAL ISSUE

In this issue:  The overturning of Roe v. Wade has resulted in numerous states <enacting bans on baby killing.   But will the bans stay in effect? The radical left is lawyering up, trying to get injunctions against the trigger bans on abortion, in states like Kentucky.  Meanwhile, radical groups like Jane's Revenge continue to vandalize churches and pro-life pregnancy centers. AG Merrick Garland is doing nothing to stop the violence.   We have President Trump to thank for nominating three of the justices that would vote to overturn Roe v. Wade. The next Tikvat Rachel Post-Abortion Healing Event is coming up in two more weeks! Abortion arguments that misinterpret Judaism.   Pro-life is pro-woman.  Justice Clarence Thomas is attacked - for his race!   The Meme of the Moment.   


Jewish Life League Letter, Vol. IV, No. 7 - Who Will Stop Roe Rage?


In this issue:   Since the Supreme Court draft indicating Roe v. Wade would be overturned, the radical left has gone mad.   They are protesting and vandalizing churches, have mounted a series of attacks on pro-life pregnancy centers, firebombed a pro-life pregnancy office and are leaving threatening messages.   They are on a rampage.   They must be stopped.   Also, my two latest columns, and the Jewish Pro-Life Foundation and pro-life rabbis do a rally in D.C. as a counter protest to the radical pro-abortion Jewish groups.   Rabbis speak out for life, Meme of the Moment, and Essential pro-life reading.

Jewish Life League Letter, Vol. IV, No. 6 - The Chief Justice Must Release the Majority Opinion to Overturn Roe


Special Roe Draft Issue:    Please remember to sign the Pro-Life Petition!

This has been a wild and crazy week since Justice Alito's draft to overturn Roe was leaked.   I've read the decision, and provide my commentary on it.   Video rants from Senator Charles Schumer and V.P.  Kamala Harris.   Mallory Carroll, V.P. of Communications at the Susan B. Anthony List interviewed at interviewed on  CNN and ABC, and they are an interesting watch. The usual Jewish pro-abortion reactions to the draft, including an article in the Jewish World Review in which clergy promote baby killing as a religious and spiritual experience.   The Meme of the Moment.   And no, Justices Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett did not lie during their confirmation hearings.


Please remember to sign the National Right to Life Petition to Restore Respect for Life and Overturn Roe!


Jewish Life League Letter, Vol. IV, No. 5 - Five Dead Babies and No Investigation


SPECIAL FEATURE:  A BRIGHT GLIMMER OF HOPE FOR THIS PESACH.

Wishing everyone a Happy Passover and a Happy Easter.   May G-d bless you with hope, good health, joy and happiness all your lives.    


 

In this Special Issue: 

Despite the public outcry for autopsies of the five babies discovered by two pro-lifers at a late term abortion business in D.C., nothing has been done.  One or two of the babies may have been killed by partial birth abortion, which is illegal, and the babies were possibly left to die.   They were very late term babies, one girl estimated to be between 28 and 30 weeks gestation. Abortionist Cesare Santangelo has stated on video that he would not save unborn babies that survive abortion.  These are crimes that must be investigated.

A Manhattan fertility clinic had a devastating in which genetic testing showed that the couple received embryos that were not genetically related to them.  The couple ended up having aborting the baby at six months.   It's a heartbreaking story, and this is why we oppose IVF.  


Jewish Life League Letter, Vol. IV, No. 4 - The National Council of Jewish Women Opposes Kentucky's Pro-Life Bill


In this Issue:  The Kentucky bill (House Bill 3) sets standards that make sense to keep women and minors safe. Without medical supervision, chemical abortions are dangerous with numerous complications, as we detailed in our last newsletter.   These are not abortion restrictions but are essential precautions that keep women and minors safe.   Essential pro-life reading links, and a beautiful video message for Purim.

Update:  The Tikvat Rachel post-abortion healing event took place on Sunday, March 20!   It was a warm, welcoming and inspiring meeting for the women attendees.   Everyone benefited from the experience in a sharing, caring environment.   This is the first important step in their healing journey.   There will be future healing events, so keep an eye out for the announcements on our JLL website and also at The Jewish Pro-Life Foundation's Tikvat Rachel page.


Jewish Life League Letter, Vol. IV, No. 3 - Legislative Alert!  Call Your Senators and Tell them to Vote NO on H.R.3755


In this Special Issue:  Legislative Alert!   H.R.3755 passed in the House and now the anti-life bill goes to the Senate for a vote.   If the bill  is passed in the Senate, Biden is expected to sign the bill, making  it law.   This bill should be called the Abortion Until Birth Act.   It is a baby kill bill, and removes every reasonable limitation to infanticide.   Please call your Senators and tell them to vote NO to this bill.   Chemical abortion now makes up 54 percent of all abortions in the United States.   Britain has ended DIY at-home abortions.   


For more information on this anti-life bill, please visit this link.


Jewish Life League Letter, Vol. IV, No. 2 - January 27, 2022 - The March for Life was LIVE!  Yeshiva University goes WOKE!


In this issue:  The March for Life was LIVE for the first time in two years!   The rally featured some big names in the pro-life movement, including pro-life Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) who gave a marvelous speech on behalf of the unborn.   Yeshiva University's Wurzweiler School of Social Work hosted a pro-abortion event, which violates Jewish law and the Torah.  The letter I wrote to the President of YU to voice my objections and hopes they would cancel is published in the JLL Letter.   News on chemical abortion from LiveAction.org; "Rabbis for Repro" host another event, and the JLL Meme of the Month.   


Jewish Life League Letter, Vol. IV, No. 1 - January 4, 2022 - Abortion, Population Control and the Demographic Winter


In this issue:   The birth rate in the United States is at the lowest level since the 1930s.   It's tragic, but young people are holding back and deciding not to have children, which has terrible consequences for our society.  Low birth rates are happening worldwide in countries like Japan, South Korea, Monaco and many more.   In the U.S., the 63 million abortions are largely responsible since these are generations that are lost.   We also have Notale Quotables, the JLL Meme of the Month and our regular feature, "Rabbis Speak Out For Life."



For more, visit our JLL Letter Archives