Moroccan warships block entrance of Dutch abortion shipOctober 4, 2012 No Comments
October 4, 2012 / MariaNews.com
Moroccan warships block entrance of Dutch abortion ship
(LifeSiteNews.com) –Moroccan authorities have taken action against the floating abortion mill commandeered by the Dutch abortion group Women on Waves. In a press release today, the abortion activist group notes that their ship was due to arrive in the harbor of Smir at 1pm local time but was blocked by warships.
“Marina Smir has been completely closed,” says the release. “Warships now block the entrance for the ship of Women on Waves.”
On shore, according to Australian news reports, abortionist Rebecca Gomperts the head of the organization was taken away by police for her own protection after protesters carrying graphic abortion photos called her a “terrorist” and an “assassin.”
The abortion ship offers to use the abortion drug regimen called RU-486, a combination of Mifepristone and Misoprostol, for women with early term pregnancies. Women on Waves claims that according to international law, if the boat is outside a 12-mile radius from shore, Dutch law applies to the boat, allowing “medical” or chemical abortions on board.
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