In the 1930's German Protestants backed the government's “fight against the spiritual and political influence of the Jewish race,” and into the 40's were broadly quiet about the death camps. Word from the Vatican was that “the greatest charity is not to make problems for the Church.”
In America, fifty million children's lives have been destroyed, not to mention the lives of the women so deceived or hardened to be lured into complicity in the murder. A few Christians, occasionally, hold up signs on the street for a few hours. What's the difference?
If the fetus is a human baby (and not a fish, pig, or monkey like Modern Science once imagined), then how is deliberately causing its intentional death not murder? Regardless of the “opinion” of some political appointees, how can the cold-blooded, methodical murder of a harmless, helpless baby be justifiable? If such a murder is not justifiable (How can it be?), then what limit can there be on the justifiable actions to prevent it? We have American “doctors” beating the Son of Sam's career total in a single day, or the Boston Strangler's in a week! What's the difference?
Timothy Longman, writing about a similar travesty in Rwanda, said, "It is very difficult to understand how those who worship a man on a cross could help to drive the bloody nails themselves. But the record is clear: When religion is infected by racism, ideology or extreme nationalism, it can become a carrier of hatred instead of conscience. And when churches are concerned mainly for their institutional self-preservation, they often end up neck-deep in compromise or paralyzed by cowardice."