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An abortion is a procedure in which an embryo or fetus child is prohibited from developing by artificial means usually occurring before the 20th week of development One could argue that this is next to murder In most religions oppose abortion and its practice The Bible states thou shalt not kill abortion is a direct violation of this Hinduism claims that at the time of conception the soul enters the embryo or child hence abortion should be outlawed Buddhism claims that abortion is murdering Islam considers abortion as a moral crime and sees life as the jurisdiction of God their laws state that abortion is illegal except in situations in which the womans life is in jeopardy The fetus has its own genetics from the combination of his mother and father its organs and blood supply and has developed organs and appendages by the 4th week the rest of the time they are just maturing The child is a potential human being Thus the child has potential to be a NFL star congressmen social worker teacher or the doctor who discovers the cure for AIDS or cancer By the 5th week the child has a developed cerebral cortex the part of the brain that allows us to move think speak and plan The child can bend its body hiccup and react to loud sounds by the 9th week It savors its mothers meals can distinguish between its mothers voice and that of a stranger as well In the 10th week the child begins to open its jaw stretch yawn suck and swallow as well as feel and smell Heidelise Als PhD a developmental psychologist at Harvard Medical School also notes that she is equally fascinated by the amount of tactile stimulation the child is able to give its self Her studies have shown that it touches a hand to the face one hand to the other clasps its feet and touches its foot to its
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