“We will never ever give up” Pro Life protesters say they’ll continue peacefully protesting abortions no matter what law is introduced – TheLiberal.ie – Our News, Your Views

“We will never ever give up” Pro Life protesters say they’ll continue peacefully protesting abortions no matter what law is introduced




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Pro Life Protesters have been peacefully protesting various hospitals where abortions were said to be taking place.

In Drogheda in early January Pro Life protesters held a peaceful protest outside Our Lady Of Lourdes hospital while one of the first abortions in Ireland was said to be carried out.

The group held numerous peaceful protests since then. Minister for Health Simon Harris says he’s going to introduce so-called “exclusion zones” so that Pro Life protesters can’t peacefully protest outside hospitals where abortions are being carried out.

However the proposed laws are no deterrent for Pro Life protesters who say that they’re as determined as ever to do whatever they have to do to try and change a woman’s mind before she has an abortion.

Pro Life Protester, Charles Byrne told The Liberal:
“It now seems very likely that protest against child-killing will be outlawed in this country. There are people all around the country who have make it clear to me that they are willing to peacefully disobey such an unjust law. The pro-abortion movement may have the government, the media, the judges, the doctors, even the use of the Gardai should they so need them, but we have the truth. Their power is built on lies and sooner or later it will crumble.”

Another activist Sarah Kelleher told The Liberal:
“We’ll do whatever it takes to try and save an unborn baby’s life. Some women have changed their minds when they see peaceful signs reminding them that they’re carrying a baby and are about to end its life. If it means we have to go to jail, then we’ll just have to go to jail but we will never ever stop”.

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