Skip to comments.Abortion ship to enter Muslim waters
Posted on 10/02/2012 3:37:06 PM PDT by Morgana
Because there is not enough social unrest in the Middle East, I agree it is the perfect time for the so-called abortion ship to stir the waters even more.
Women on Waves has announced it will anchor this week in a Muslim country for the first time ever: Morocco, a country where 98.7% of the population identify as Muslims, and where the Islamic Justice and Development Party came to power in November 2011.
Women on Waves specializes in committing offshore abortions in countries where abortion is illegal.
Islam is a bit all over the map on abortion, but by and large the religion forbids it. In Morocco abortion is allowed for life or physical/mental health of the mother.
Women on Waves has decided to test the waters at an interesting time, right after Moroccan Islamists joined those in several other Muslim countries to protest the U.S. This CNBC photo, taken September 14, shows them burning an American flag outside a Moroccan mosque
Were this a Christian missionary ship, our State Department and liberals would be demanding that it reverse course.
But since the goal of Women on Waves is to kill Moroccan children, our government will be fine with it. Who knows, we may send a war ship to protect it.
Women on Waves is a Dutch organization. Whether Moroccans will view it as an intrusion of Western influence into their culture remains to be seen. Women on Waves will release the place, date, and time of the ships arrival tomorrow.
I hope they sink it with an exocet missile
Who to root for?
Pass the popcorn. I just don't know who to root for.
In this corner, uber-angry, Jew hating, infidel murdering Islamists. And in the other corner, baby killing abortionists. Ding Ding Ding
Muslim are kinda funny of abortions.
They are ALL FOR abortion for the infidels.
They are very pro-life for their own.
Decisions, decisions, who to root for.
If I choose not to decide, I still have made a choice.
“Pass the popcorn. I just don’t know who to root for.
In this corner, uber-angry, Jew hating, infidel murdering Islamists. And in the other corner, baby killing abortionists. Ding Ding Ding”
Look at it this way.
It’s not like the mooslimbs were not gonna kill their own kids by strapping bombs to them, so Planned Parenthood helps them kill the kid minus the bomb.
Surprisingly I’ve never heard the Muslim take on abortion.
They do it it is just not talked about.
Well, in international law, unless they forbid the ship from entering their waters, it may legally do so. If it enters after being refused, it has committed and act of piracy.
But I estimate that they will stay in international waters.
territorial sea: 12 nm
contiguous zone: 24 nm
Sounds like a match made in heaven to me
Morocco is pretty pro-western and more secular than the typical Muslim country. I was there in 2008, in Tangier, and the locals explained that Morocco’s constitution mandates tolerance for all monotheistic religions. There were Catholic churches within sight of mosques across the street from synagogues. It was pretty amazing.
Of course, they do have their own radical Islamist elements and there have been a couple of bombings in Morocco. And Morocco has not been completely immune from the “Arab spring” violence, but it’s very different from Egypt or Libya.
I would expect that the abortion ship will anchor off the harbor of Tangier, since it is a very international (i.e. “more tolerant”) city and is just across the Strait of Gibraltar from Spain if they have to make a run for it.
All of that said, I’m still rooting for the Exocet missile.
where’s that picture from. Is that real?
What this bunch does is sail around to countries that don’t have abortion or where it is illegal, picks the women up at the dock then sails out to “neutral waters” to preform the abortions. That way no laws are broken in that country.
Someone posted it on Facebook, I didn’t check its provenance, I really didn’t want to look at it
Someone's water could break.
What is the story behind that picture? That is horrifying, heart breaking.
Isn’t this sorta like those folks who climb into tiger’s dens at the zoo because they want to identify with the animal?
Totally insensitive to the animal’s nature.
The imams will send them in from neighboring countries and demand the ones there riot.
The death ship. What, do they throw the babies overboard after they brutally murder them?
I found it on Facebook, I didn’t even want to look at it much less figure out where it came from
I don’t know who to root for either, the only words I can think of is “the sins of the fathers visited upon their children a thousand times.” Which is worse, abortion or islam? One is shameful while the other is heinous.
Wouldn’t the law be that they purposely left their country to participate in an abortion?
Certainly sad as well as horrifying. I wondered if it was one of those weird cultural things that they do and the oddly the child survives. Don’t see how made me say a quick short pray.
Geez! This is a tough one. On the one hand, aborting muzzies spares the world that many more jihadists. On the other, it is possible for a muzzie to see the error of his or her 12th Century ways and escape the moon cult.
I have to go with the pro-life option, as remote and unlikely as it is.
First, there is the ship that is the subject of this thread, Women on Waves, which sees as its purpose the bringing of death to babies in nations which don't offer abortion services within its borders.
The second is called The Mercy Ships which sees its calling as bringing hope and healing to the forgotten poor by mobilizing people and resources worldwide, and serving all people without regard for race, gender, or religion. In doing this the staff who serve on these ships state they are following, the 2000-year-old model of Jesus, bringing hope and healing to the world's forgotten poor.
Which of the two better exemplifies compassion and the best qualities of the human spirit?
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