Little Ana Rosa Rodriguez was born into a world gone mad. In 1991, her mother, then 7 1/2 months pregnant, decided to have an abortion. Dr. Abu Hay, a reputed New York abortionist, agreed to perform the abortion. However, Dr. Hay failed. A few days later Ana was born missing her right arm. It had been severed by Dr. Hay in his botched abortion. The papers now dub him, “The Butcher,” and the state of New York convicted him on assault charges. Each time Ana looks at her right side she will know she was unwanted. She will see the work of Dr. Hay and her mother. What is so incredulous about this sad story is that people are outraged that he botched the abortion. Had Dr. Hay been successful in ending Ana’s life, this story never would have made the papers. Dr. Hay would have been heralded, along with hundreds of other abortion doctors, as a champion of a “woman’s right to choose.” Why are people not outraged that this abortion was attempted?
“These six things doth the Lord hate, yea, seven are an abomination to him – hands that shed innocent blood…” (Provo. 6:16-19).