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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So, I want to say that the youth has the right to live in whatever way they want to."
Special consideration is given to bars in shopping centres near schools.The judge said that operating liquor selling businesses within residential estates is illegal, unlawful and violates the residents' right to live in a peaceful, tranquil environment and with dignity.
In a Twitter post on Wednesday, former Qatari Prime Minister Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani stated that Israelis have a right to live in their own land, The Jerusalem Post reported.
In a statement he said that government should not snatch the right to live from the people and not revenge from the masses of government's poor performance.
The actress continued: "Women have the right to live, despite being raped sir.
All the Eighth Amendment says is that a baby before birth has a right to live, just as his or her mother has a right to live.
Human rights include right to freedom, right to live, right to health, education, freedom of speech and thoughts and equal rights.
However, one's right to life does not mean a right to live. No matter how one chooses to innocently live, each individual's right to life is one's right to live free from attack by another or others.
THE number of EU nationals given certificates confirming their right to live in the UK permanently has jumped to its highest level in at least a decade, figures show.
Al Sharfa teaches at Right to Live, an NGO based in the Gaza Strip that supports and cares for children with Down's Syndrome.
THE Congress found itself cornered over the controversial issue of cow slaughter ban after Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat allegedly said those who kill the animal have no right to live in India.
NEW measures will enable Tyneside landlords to evict immigrant tenants as soon as they lose their right to live in the country.