Luke 17:28-30 “Likewise as it was also in the days of Lot: They ate, they drank, they bought, they sold, they planted, they built” but on the day that Lot went out of Sodom it rained fire and brimstone from heaven and destroyed them all. Even so will it be in the day when the Son of Man is revealed.
Pro-life groups are raising the alarm about an abortion group that has entered Nigeria with a focus on the women who have been impregnated during their captivity by Boko Haram.
Last month we reported on the rescue of nearly 700 women from the clutches of the Islamic terrorist group. Nigerian officials said that many of the women were impregnated by the terrorists as part of their campaign.
“Boko Haram insurgents deliberately raped women with the intention of getting them pregnant so they would give birth to future insurgents as successors of their violent struggles, hence the need for a special program to break the chain anticipated by the insurgents,” Isa Gusau, spokesperson for Borno State Governor Kashim Shettima, also explained.
“The sect leaders make very conscious efforts to impregnate the women; some of them, I am told, even pray before mating, offering supplications for [Allah] to make the products of what they are about doing become children that will inherit their ideology.”
Now, the United Nations Population Fund, one of the biggest worldwide groups promoting abortion in underdeveloped nations, is providing counseling to the women who have been attacked. While the group hasn’t explicitly said they were there to provide abortions, pro-abortion groups like the Center for Health and Gender Equality promoted the presence of UNFPA saying they provide access to abortion.
“UNFPA is one of the leading international groups promoting abortion in the developing world,” explained the UK-based Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) in a statement this week. “SPUC fears that these emotionally vulnerable, malnourished women will be pressured into aborting their babies.”
“It is extremely worrying that some of these women may undergo abortions, which could cause them further physical and emotional trauma in their already weakened state,” Antonia Tully of SPUC added. “The deaths of their unborn babies would add to the toll of lives lost in this tragic situation.”
Nigeria sees about 760,000 abortion every year. Many Nigerian based pro-life groups are speaking out demanding the UNFPA be blocked from aborting the children of the Boko Haram victims.