right to life

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right to life

noun advocate, against abortion, diametrically opposed to abortion, in favor of life, in opposition to abortion, pro-life advocate
Associated concepts: abortion, capital punishment, partial birth abortion

right to life

see HUMAN RIGHTS.
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The stand the BNP made was that anyone who would fight and die for this country had the right to live here.
A work permit granted to Zola a few months ago was issued on the strength of his prowess on the pitch, but it does not entitle him to the right to live here.
With the recent and on-going public debate over life support and a person's right to live, the need for a living will - which sets out an individual's desires regarding medical intervention in the event of terminal illness or serious accident - has never been more evident.
S Consulate in East Jerusalem, aims at enhancing young women participation in the community and breaking their silence and fear barriers, by means of mentoring them to become leaders and to work on changing the traditional culture towards respecting and adhering to women's right to live in particular and women rights in general.
RAMALLAH, February 27, 2012 (WAFA) ' Israel has denied over 14,000 Arab residents of occupied East Jerusalem the right to live in their city of birth, a report by the PLO Negotiations Affair Department (NAD) said Monday.
12, a group of 25 young people will take on the challenge of summiting Mount Kilimanjaro over the course of seven days in an effort to raise awareness and funds for the Right to Live Association.
The Catholic Church is merely supporting the natural right for all unborn children to have the right to live their lives to their full potential.
HOW patently barmy that it took the Government so long to allow all Gurkha veterans the right to live in the UK.
Second, it's been rightly stressed that, if people are prepared to fight for this country, then they and their families and descendants, it follows, have earned the right to live here.
Luckily for the Gurkhas there were enough Labour MPs who rightly decided that those who have fought for this country should indeed have the right to live in this country.
Do they not have the right to live a peaceful and normal life, without fear for themselves, their children or their property
It concerns our right to live and unless and until we all have a right to live our lives from conception to natural death, what other so called 'rights' matter?