Chinese Mother Dying after Brutal Forced Abortion at 18 Weeks
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[All Girls Allowed just discovered this case; we are doing all we can to verify the facts and uncover more details. We will post updates as we receive them.]

 

BIJIE CITY, Guizhou, China—A woman in China’s Guizhou province is in critical condition this week after local authorities beat her and forcibly aborted her baby. She was 18 weeks pregnant.

 

On July 9, local Family Planning Officials dragged Li Fengfei to their office and beat her, knocking out one of her front teeth. Five officials forced her fingerprint onto the abortion consent form, then injected toxins into her uterus. She began to have a high fever soon after the injection.

 

Seventy-two hours later, Ms. Li still had not given birth to the dead baby. To speed up the delivery, Family Planning Officials gave her another injection on July 13. Yet 56 hours later, the dead baby remained in Ms. Li’s womb.

 

A doctor who saw the report said Ms. Li was given a fatal dose of the abortion-causing drugs. This week, Ms. Li is near death and her dead baby remains in her womb.

 

Despite public outcry against Feng Jianmei’s forced abortion in June 2012, forced abortion is still practiced throughout China. In fact, 18 of China’s 31 provincial-level districts endorse forced abortion. Ms. Li’s province, Guizhou, requires unspecified “remedial measures” to deal with illegal pregnancies.

 

Please join All Girls Allowed as we pray in Jesus’ name for the life of Ms. Li and the end of this grisly practice. May God rescue this innocent woman and all others who suffer under the senseless cruelty of the One-Child Policy.

 

 

All Girls Allowed (http://www.allgirlsallowed.org) was founded by Chai Ling in 2010 with a mission to display the love of Jesus by restoring life, value and dignity to girls and mothers in China and to reveal the injustice of the One-Child Policy.  “In Jesus’ Name, Simply Love Her.”

                

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