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WA: Rally for Life Wednesday, May 11

Martyn Iles will be the keynote speaker at the Annual WA Rally for Life to be held at the WA Parliament on Wednesday evening 11th May at 7pm.

The Rally will mark the 24th anniversary of the tragic passing of legislation which has led to 200,000 lives lost through legalized abortion. 

Other speakers will include the Hon Nick Goiran MLC, long time champion of life issues in the WA Legislative Council.

The event is organized by the Coalition for the Defence of Human Life, a coalition of Christian pro-life groups, which includes ACL.

The Rally for Life is an opportunity to gather in peace and solidarity to uphold the dignity of all lives from conception to natural death, and to remember the 200,000 WA lives lost to legalized abortion since 1998 as well as the more then 27 babies born alive who were left to die.

Everyone is encouraged to bring four items of baby or toddler clothing to hold up during a minute of silence.

Please let your friends know about this event and register your attendance at

Let’s make this years Rally for Life the biggest yet!

Register here

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