Last month, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan condemned Muslim families that practice birth control – not because Jews founded the birth control movement before WWI and have been driving force behind legalizing birth control in the US, Canada, and several European nations.
Erdogan has been known a closet Zionist within Turkey’s Islamic movement for many years. His actions in Libya, Syria and Sudan, his close relations with anti-Iran regimes like Israel, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and UAE have exposed him being a ‘closet Zionist’.
He is against birth control not because it’s against his religion, but because he fears the decline of Turk race. In 2013, Erdogan urged Turkish wife to have 3 kids.
Erdogan is preaching what Western leaders facing now – the decreasing White population due to diminishing fertility and increase in LGBT communities. On November 15, 2015, anti-Muslim Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban speaking at the Budapest Demographic Forum urged White couples to produce more babies so that Europe don’t have to depend on no-White immigrants for labor.
Zionist Jews are over-represented in the abortion industry including doctors, clinics and the pro-abortion groups. Commenting on Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe’s anti-abortion stand – Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood and former deputy chief of staff of Nancy Pelosi, House Democratic Leader, said: “The majority of Arkansans – and the majority of Americans – don’t want politicians involved in a woman’s personal medical decisions about her pregnancy. Governor Beebe rightfully vetoed this legislation and the legislature would have been wise to let the veto stand as this bill is clearly unconstitutional.”
On April 19, 2007, pro-Israel Jewish lobbying group, Anti-Defamation League criticized US Supreme Court’s ruling upholding the federal Partial Birth Abortion Act, saying: “We continue to believe that American should have freedom to make difficult decisions of conscience and health without government interference“.
The American pro-abortion movement has always been led by those who claim to be pro-Israel Jews. Just a few examples of the extraordinary range of activities by pro-abortionists who identify themselves as Jews – such as, Dr. Bernard Nathanson, Dr. Christopher Tietze, Dr. Alan Guttmacher, Dr. Etienne-Emile Baulieu, Stanford professor Paul Ehrlich, Lawrence Lader, king of the abortion propagandists, Simone Weil, former French health minister, Betty Friedan, Gloria Steinem, Canadian Dr. Henry Morgentaler, Sandra Fluke, Senators Anthony Bielenson (California) and Albert Blumenthal (New York) and many more.
Several powerful pro-Israel Jewish groups, such as, American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Congress, National Council of Jewish Women, Hadassah Women, Jewish Labor Committee, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, B’nai B’rith Women, National Council of Jewish Women, etc. are open supporters of the abortion industry.
In 2011, nearly 334,000 abortions were performed in United States (popl. 303 million). In Israel (popl. 6.5 million), over 50,000 abortions are performed each year – putting it on the top of world’s abortion industry. In January 2013, Israel admitted Ethiopian women were given birth control shots.
Islam is against abortion in general. It permits abortion only if there is a serious threat to life of mother by carrying the fetus till the delivery.