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Buddhists veiws on when life begins
Buddhists believe that life begins even before conception because all living things are caught up in the cycle of life, death and rebirth. Therefore, there is no point in time where life 'begins'.
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Hindus and Sikhs veiws on when life begins
Hidus and sikhs believe that life begins at conception, when something unique comes into being. So do some Jews and some Christians, particularly Roman Catholics. They speak of the embryo as a person, or a potential person, that therefore has rights.
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Muslims veiws on when life begins
Muslims believe that there is potential life from the moment of conceoption, but a foetus recieves a soul after 120 days. This is therefore when human life really starts.
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What is pro-choice?
Pro-choice is where you are in favour of a womans right to choose an abortion.
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What is pro-life?
Pro-life is where you are opposed to abortion, you are in the favour of the life of the foetus.
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Hidus and sikhs believe that life begins at conception, when something unique comes into being. So do some Jews and some Christians, particularly Roman Catholics. They speak of the embryo as a person, or a potential person, that therefore has rights.

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Hindus and Sikhs veiws on when life begins

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Muslims believe that there is potential life from the moment of conceoption, but a foetus recieves a soul after 120 days. This is therefore when human life really starts.

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Card 4

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Pro-choice is where you are in favour of a womans right to choose an abortion.

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Card 5

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Pro-life is where you are opposed to abortion, you are in the favour of the life of the foetus.

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