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There is support available to help you. 
See the links at the bottom of this page to find places which offer support during your pregnancy.
There are also other options available instead of abortion (such as adoption). 

By Kristi Burton Brown
Published with permission from Live Action

During a procedure to correct spina bifida while still in the womb, Samuel Armas, twenty-one weeks old, reached out. As Dr. Joseph P. Bruner reached and gently lifted the hand, Samuel reacted and squeezed tightly. (Photo credit: Michael Clancy)

premature baby 21 weeks

At 21 weeks of pregnancy, British doctors informed Sofia Khan that her preborn son had been diagnosed with spina bifida. Spina bifida can cause physical disabilities, but modern medicine has significantly improved treatment after birth and in utero. Medical professionals report that, with modern treatment, nearly every child with spina bifida can have a productive life and even a level of independence thought impossible years ago.

The famous photo (above) was taken during a fetal surgery on Baby Samuel Armas, who had also been diagnosed with spina bifida. Little Samuel was 21 weeks old at the time — the same age as Sofia Khan’s son.

However, Mrs. Khan and her husband decided to abort their son. Doctors presented abortion as a valid option, and the couple proceeded.

Mrs. Khan went to two different hospitals for separate parts of the abortion procedure. The Bolton News reports:

Mrs Khan went to St Mary’s Hospital in Manchester for a procedure to end the baby’s life. This involved a chemical being injected into the umbilical cord and was done on February 16 by Dr Philip Bullen. …

Dr Bullen said he had listened for a heartbeat, but could not hear one before he sent Mrs Khan to Royal Bolton Hospital where labour was induced.

The doctor and midwives committing the abortion expected the night to end with a stillbirth.

While many abortionists inject the chemical into the child’s heart, some inject into the child’s head, and some — like Dr. Philip Bullen — inject into the umbilical cord.

Mrs. Khan told a midwife at the second hospital that she felt her baby move. In the wee hours of the morning, on February 17, 2018, Mrs. Khan’s son was born — alive and crying.

She named him Mohammed Rehman Ahmed and held him until he died from his extreme prematurity, caused by the attempted abortion.

Sadly, Dr. Bullen’s solution after hearing of the death of Baby Mohammed was not to stop committing these violent killings. Instead, he informed the assistant coroner that “new guidance has now been drawn up following Mohammed’s death which includes listening for a heartbeat for longer.” In the future, this will enable him to determine if another injection is needed to make certain that the baby dies inside his mother’s womb.



Horrifying cases of babies aborted alive and hearts cut from body while babies alive, harvested and sold Body Parts taking place across America, Canada and around the world. Babies born alive and left to die. Other cases coming out now in America such as Daleiden and pro-lifers who exposed abortionists Planned Parenthood.
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Community Support such as finding a local Christian Church. This can be a great way to get a supportive group of people around you. (view the map on the following page to find a church near you): Click Here»

PREGNANCY SUPPORT:

https://prolife.org.nz/pregnancy-support/

EXPLORE YOUR OPTIONS:

https://prolife.org.nz/explore-your-options/

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This site has been developed in New Zealand to help you learn about abortions.
This website is not intended to replace doctors medical advice but to teach mothers and fathers about the meaning of abortion and help you to make an informed decision.