What comes to mind when you think of the country of Iceland? Frigid, natural beauty? According to local promoters, it’s “an amazing country filled with beautiful nature, wonderful food, and inspiring art and culture.” But Iceland lacks one very inspiring thing — people with Down syndrome. According to one expert, “every single baby — one-hundred percent of all those diagnosed with Down syndrome — are aborted.” And they actually brag about it. Let that sink in. A landscape totally void of those sweet smiling faces with dancing almond-shaped eyes. Absent are the arms that literally wrap you in unconditional love, spreading joy wherever they go. Now, what comes to mind when you think of Iceland? Perhaps a nation lacking human warmth and desperately needing our prayers.
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