Toronto Jewish hospital under fire for refusing to abort healthy twin

AbortionTORONTO — An Ottawa-area woman is appealing an Ontario Human Rights Tribunal ruling that Mount Sinai Hospital did not discriminate against her when it refused last May to abort one of her healthy twins.

OHRT adjudicator Brian Cook ruled July 18 that Mount Sinai Hospital’s decision to refuse a 45-year-old woman, referred to only as C.V., a “selective reduction” abortion was medically based and did not constitute discrimination.

“A doctor is not required to perform a procedure that the doctor believes is not medically appropriate,” he wrote in his judgment.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Publish her name.

    • They should.

    • Waffle

      Never mind her name. She is just fuel for the anti-Jewish fodder being peddled by the slime-ball lawyer who took this awful case to the Ontario Human Rights Commission. He has quite a history:

      It is all part and parcel of the demonization of the Jews.

      We do not know what her name is, but considering that she would even contemplate this horrific act, can we assume that she shares a common cultural background with the lawyer she hired?

      • BillyHW

        Don’t you just love western women making common cause with muslim men to ruin the world?

      • Maggat

        Pity his mother wasn’t an abortion advocate.

      • Ho Hum

        I doubt she shares a common cultural background with the Muzzie lawyer. Muslim women are baby factories pushing out one potential terrorist/welfare-recipient after another. I am not fan of abortion’s but in the case of Muzzies’ I make an exception. I wish we could abort 100% of Muslim fetuses and I don’t care how late-term the Muzzie mother is or if a coat-hanger is used.

  • Ron MacDonald

    One dead, several hurt in central London knife attack

    The Left will be demanding the banning of knives any day now..

  • Sid Falco

    There’s something inherently sick about getting IVF to get pregnant then deciding she was “too pregnant” and demanding that medical professionals murder one of the miracles of science since two children presumably didn’t feature in her future lifestyle plans.

  • BillyHW

    Can women even go for one single solitary day without making the world a worse place?

    • Jessiemac

      Sure. Just one day of every woman shooting to death every man she sees would make the world a better place.

      • BillyHW

        You probably don’t even know a single cookie recipe, do you?

        • Clink9

          Heh, daddy issues.

        • Justin St.Denis

          Fantastic swat-down, Billy.

          Jessiemac clearly has deeper psychological issues than he/she/it is willing to admit or confront. Another unhappy little human clinging to its fantasies, dildoes and ideology.

        • Miss Trixie


  • andycanuck

    Did she eventually get the “selective” abortion?

    • Waffle

      Yes, Mt. Sinai referred her to Sunnybrook who did the deed.

      This story was a hot topic on talk radio yesterday. I did a quick reread of the Lifesite story to compare coverage and found this:

  • Dave

    How fucked up is it to go to the human rights commission because she couldn’t murder a baby. Leftists are absolute disgusting idiots.

  • vwVwwVwv

    how you tell it to the other twinn?

    • Imagine that kid either hating his money or becoming just like her.

      • vwVwwVwv

        Do you remember Oscar Shindler, the German who saved 1200 Jews from
        the NAZI deathcamps? remember we talked about japanese history?
        jews never forget and if we search for it. i
        have found something
        tucheing, no on has made a movie about Chinue Sugihara, we will.

        • This guy has a street in Lithuania named after him.

          Just a factoid.

          • vwVwwVwv

            he has a interesting history, i found his name reacently
            reading about, we call them, Righteous Among the Nations.
            to do this, against orders, in imperial japan. i never heared about
            this storry, shame on me, he was a man of greate honor,
            i runned over some articles and wiki and
            am impressed, steped back as
            vice governeure of
            manchuria, because of brutality towars the civil population…
            compareing him with the things we call politicans
            in modern times is hardly possible
            without shame.

          • He was punished for his acts. He never advertised them. When asked, he said he did the right thing.

  • Justin St.Denis

    There is a Special Little Corner of Hell reserved for monsters like this woman and her fucking disgusting lawyer.

  • simus1

    Couldn’t she just simply flip a coin later and kill one of them “by accident”?

    Postpartum depression, post birth abortion, all good.