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The preborn child is not a "potential" human being, but rather a Human Being with Potential!
You must purge from Israel the guilt of shedding innocent blood, so that it may go well with you
A baby this age would be aborted by D&E, a method that removes body parts piece by piece. This is done without the use of any anesthetic for the baby - who feels everything unimaginable.
As thou knowest not what is the way of the wind, nor how the bones do grow in the womb of her that is with child; even so thou knowest not the work of God who doeth all things.
Repent one day before your death. Asked his disciples: Does a man know on which day he will die? Said he to them: So being the case, he should repent today, for perhaps tomorrow he will die; hence, all his days are passed in a state of repentance.
Rabbi Eliezer Ethics of our Fathers
The Lord called me when I was in the womb, before my birth he had pronounced my name. Isaiah 49:1
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A Jew is governed by such reverence for life that he trembles lest he tamper unmindfully with the greatest of all divine gifts, the bestowal or withholding of which is the prerogative of God alone. Although he be master over all within the world, there remain areas where man must fear to tread, acknowledging the limits of his sovereignty and the limitations of his understanding. In the unborn child lies the mystery and enigma of existence. Confronted by the miracle of life itself, man can only draw back in silence before the wonder of the Lord.
Rabbi J. David Bleich. Contemporary Halakhic Problems, Vol.1