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True Judaism is in complete contrast to acceptance of abortion The support for abortion that American Jewrys majority gives is a denial of all in Judaism that we claim to teach and value Situations in which the Talmud permits abortions are exceedingly rare today We Jews should be at the forefront of the pro-life battle We must make the miracle of Hanukkah happen again That miracle was the victory of love over hate truth over falsehood holiness over the profane righteousness over evil and the weak over the mighty We as a united Jewish people must renew our dedication to the highest ideals of Hanukkah and to our God HOW JUDAISM VIEWS GOD Examining in depth our beliefs about the definitions attributes and actions of God is an indispensable first step for guiding us in our understanding of why we should be a pro-life people Understanding God -- For My thoughts are not your thoughts Neither are your ways My ways saith the Lord Is 558 In our finite mortal vision and understanding we often cannot fathom what He could possibly value in any given human fetus or embryo Consider our song on Yom Kippur We are Thy people Thou art our King A kings job is to rule his subjects Acknowledging the One Who makes the rules for us we must recognize the unborn as fellow younger citizens of our Kings kingdom We are Thy children Thou art our Father The unborn are our siblings because they have the same Father as we do The Father of all the human race created us in infinitely perfect love We are Thy possession Thou art our Portion Abortion is destruction of Gods possessions -- His people God our Portion is our Destiny after we die We are Thy flock Thou art our Shepherd God expects mature people to assist Him in caring for the weak-- the sheep among us
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