Contact: Dr. Bert Dorenbos, The Abolition of Abortion Federation, 480-720-9859; Allan E. Parker, The Justice Foundation, 210-833-1119
WASHINGTON, Jan. 18, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- Millions of innocent unborn children have died and women have been hurt throughout the world through abortion. Millions of men, woman and children died in the Holocaust. Is there a connection between these evils and evolution? Dr. Bert Dorenbos, President of Cry for Life of Holland and Senior President of The Abolition of Abortion Federation, presents the relationship between Evolution -- Auschwitz -- Abortion in a newly produced DVD recently released in Holland and Europe; www.BrinKTV.com click on picture of Evolution, Auschwitz, and Abortion,)
Press Conference Details:
Who: Abolition of Abortion Federation
The Justice Foundation
Date: Friday, January 20, 2012
Where: National Press Club,
529 14th St, NW, 13th Floor, Washington, D.C. 20045
Dr. Dorenbos was a young boy holding his mother's hand when the train to Auschwitz passed before him through his hometown each week. His family attended church after the war in the Synagogue building that was no longer filled with the Jewish people because of the Holocaust.
We will examine today the pictures, the stories, the evidence, and the horrors in the concentration camps and abortion clinics.
The Abolition of Abortion Federation will join Attorney Allan Parker, President of The Justice Foundation, and the women of Operation Outcry in revealing the intimate tragedies of abortion. Karen Bodle, member of the Operation Outcry National Advisory Committee, said: "During my abortion recovery, I felt I had been through a holocaust (small h) and if I did not speak up, more women would go through the holocaust of abortion. The Jewish people, whom we support today, went through the Holocaust (capital h). No one else has experienced that, but I and thousands of other silent women went through a holocaust with 'a small h.'" The immense pain incurred through abortion has been told by thousands of women across America, in our Courts, and to the people of the world. These women have come to Washington, D.C. to tell their personal stories of pain and anguish on this national occasion for the sake of everyone possible. As Myra Myers of Operation Outcry says, "Roe v. Wade was the worst thing that ever happened to me."