Rabbi J. Bernard Merzel


23 Jan

"It should be sufficient to state, regardless of statements made by representatives of Jewish organizations, that Jewish religious law looks upon abortion as the taking of life and prohibits it in all cases, except where a mother's life is endangered."

Let it be stated once and for all that the authentic Jewish view does not favor giving anyone the right to decide when human life should be destroyed.

Press and Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton, New York, March 12, 1967, Page 37

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