Margaret Higgins Sanger (September 14th, 1879 – September 6th, 1966) was an American abortion activist, sex propagandist, and nurse. Sanger popularized the term ‘birth control’, opened the first abortion clinic in the United States, and established organizations that evolved into the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Margaret Sanger worked as a visiting nurse on New York’s East Side, while her husband radical Marxist Jew William Sanger worked as an architect and a house painter. Already imbued with her husband’s Marxist politics, Sanger also had a close personal relationship with the terrorist Marxist Jew Emma Goldman and wrote two series of columns promoting sexual propaganda. By 1915 Sanger was unlawfully disseminating birth prevention aids in the United States and on October 16th, 1916, under the rather innocuous title of ‘family planning and birth control’ Sanger opened the first abortion clinic at 46 Amboy St. in the Brownsville neighbourhood of Brooklyn.
“An unborn fetus in Jewish law is not considered a person (Heb. nefesh, lit. “soul”) until it has been born. The fetus is regarded as a part of the mother’s body and not a separate being until it begins to egress from the womb during parturition (childbirth). In fact, until forty days after conception, the fertilized egg is considered as “mere fluid.” These facts form the basis for the Jewish legal view on abortion.”