July 21st 2007


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COVER STORY: The fifth battle domain - cyberspace

EDITORIAL: Democracy triumphs in East Timor

NATIONAL SECURITY: Terrorist risk is fast approaching critical

CANBERRA OBSERVED: Security nightmare for Australian authorities

HOUSING: Home ownership: the unattainable dream?

NATIONAL CENSUS: Making sense of the Census

MEDICAL SCIENCE: Cloning - dead as the Dodo?

VICTORIA: Medical suicide campaign gets underway

STRAWS IN THE WIND: The gangs of Melbourne / Global yawning / Still looking for Dreyfus / Victimhood / A ship without a rudder

TAIWAN: Divisive politics alienate Taiwanese

OPINION: Left-wing bid to discredit our Anzac tradition

POPULAR CULTURE: Video games overtaking movies and music

AS THE WORLD TURNS: Why do we dress children like miniature adults?

Science and the academic left (letter)

The Net and I (letter)

Swedish film defended (letter)

Terrorist doctor-killers? (letter)

CINEMA: Triumphing against all the odds - Amazing Grace

BOOKS: WHEN ISLAM AND DEMOCRACY MEET, by Jocelyne Cesari

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Terrorist doctor-killers? (letter)


by Frank Bellet

News Weekly, July 21, 2007

Sir,

Following the recent arrest of a number of doctors, charged with allegations of terrorism, there has been surprise expressed that those who have signed the Hippocratic Oath, would be prepared to kill.

Why the surprise? For years, some doctors have been killing on a daily basis in abortion clinics throughout the world, even killing babies of up to nine months' gestation.

For this, they are paid handsomely. To add insult to injury, politicians who support their work are called (of all things) "moderates".

Frank Bellet,
Petrie, Qld




























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