Tuesday, 29 October 2013

SPUC Muslim coordinator takes the pro-life message to ancient Azerbaijan

Dr Katme (in grey suit) and other pro-lifers in Baku
Dr A. Majid Katme, coordinator of SPUC's Muslim Division, earlier this month visited the ancient nation of Azerbaijan, which sits between eastern Europe and western Asia. During his visit, he gave five talks and workshop presentations, in conjunction with the International Hope Alive Counsellors Association (IHACA)'s 11th annual conference. Dr Katme's topics were:
  • shared values between Muslims and Christians regarding unborn children and abortion
  • how to counsel a Muslim woman who is considering abortion
  • abortion the multi-destroyer
  • the dangers of the United Nation's social agenda regarding unborn children and the family
  • why Muslims should get involved in the pro-life movement
Below is an excerpt of a video-recording of Dr Katme explaining how Henry Kissinger's infamous NSSM200 document is the background to the agenda at the United Nations to try to impose population control on the developing world.

Whilst in Baku, Azerbaijan's capital, Dr Katme also met with Muslim officials and leaders. Although Azerbaijan is an officially non-denominational country, the vast majority of the population is Shia Muslim, with smaller numbers of other Muslims, Christians and other religious believers. Abortion is legal in Azerbaijan in the first trimester of pregnancy.

It is exciting to know that, through Dr Katme and other SPUC representatives, the pro-life message is being spread internationally.

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