Ninety per cent of Irish doctors do not want to kill the unborn
Ninety per cent of doctors in Ireland refuse to perform abortions. Only 385 out of 3,496 practising doctors in Ireland reported their willingness to murder the unborn.
This is despite the fact that, according to a report by the National Women’s Council of Ireland, more than half of all maternity hospitals in the country provide abortions.
Abortion in Ireland is possible up to the twelfth week of pregnancy for any reason, and in some circumstances up to the 6th month of pregnancy.
Even Catholic hospitals must formally provide access to procedures that do not save lives but destroy them.
The only salvation was the conscientious objection clause. Its abolition signifies the rape of the liberty of most Irish doctors.