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It Is A Life Not A Choice Abortion has been one of the United States most controversial subjectsAbortion is the intentional killing of a human being before birth About 16 million pregnancies end in abortion each year in the United States Although abortion is regarded as a womans right it should be banned without exceptions because it is murder has psychological side effects and there is an alternative One of the controversial arguments is whether abortion is murder Is an unborn child in the fetus a living being The answer is yes Life begins at conception When the sperm enters the egg the egg is fertilized and known as zygote The zygote contains a full set of forty-six chromosomes which is required to create a human life Humans develop in stages The first stage is conception The level of development of the fetus does not determine life Humans are not considered alive only if they are fully developed If they were then only adults are alive One is not fully developed until adulthood There is not a magical transformation that occurs when the child is born The unborn child feels the same pain responds to noise has feelings and fears the same as an adult It is an eating breathing and moving human being Abortion is murder Murder is not a choice or right The only choice or right belongs to the unborn child Every day these aborted children lose there choice and right to life The child has a heart and brain therefore it also has the right to life that is equal to the mothers right to murder Murder is killing another human being no matter how old or in what stage of life And yes to all those wandering the baby in the womb is a living human being Shaw 1 If a mother killed her son or
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