by Hans Johnson
China’s One Child Policy has resulted in the deaths of millions of female babies. Though in India it is illegal to have sex-selective abortions, it is commonplace in the many rural villages – an estimated six million in the past ten years.
This practice has gotten more attention recently with the publication of the book Disappearing Daughters: The Tragedy of Female Foeticide by Gita Aravamudan, a report on ABC’s 20/20 that can be seen here and here, as well as this video from the United Nations, which is not known for having pro-life sensibilities.
Kilash Boria, seen here on CBN News, has not only followed in his father’s footsteps as a farmer, but also in his side-business of making herbal abortifacients for women in his village.
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