Turkish Prime Minister Angry that Promoters of Abortion Crippling Economic Success

Shannon Roberts | 06 June 2012

Turkey’s Prime Minister has expressed his anti-abortion stance in surprisingly strong words for a politician, albeit an Islamic one, linking the procedure to murder and saying the resulting curb in population growth is ‘crippling’ for Turkey’s economy.

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