U.K. Court Rules Baby Can Be Taken Off Life Support Against Parents’ Wishes
First they redefined what life was. Now they add on caveats like “quality of life.” All of it means a right to kill.
Parents are fighting to keep their two-year-old daughter alive after a United Kingdom judge ruled in May against the family, stating it’s in the girl’s “best interests” to allow the hospital to remove her life support.
The parents of Alta Fixsler, 2, contend that their Jewish faith bars them from allowing the hospital to remove their baby from life support and they are trying to have Alta relocated to a hospital in Israel or the U.S. at no charge to the government-run National Health Service (NHS).
“There is no reason to kill my daughter like this,” the baby’s American father Abraham Fixsler told The New York Post.