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Conservatives Claim 9/11 Attacks a Direct Result of Legalizing Abortion in 1973

Religious conservatives from all walks of life are using the 9/11 anniversary to remind everyone that the attacks were the direct result of the Roe v. Wade decision in 1973.

According to Raw Story, that’s exactly what a rabbi Jonathan Cahn did on Sid Roth’s ‘It’s Supernatural’ show, explaining that the attacks were God’s judgment upon America.

Cahn discussed “the year of the Shemitah,’ which he says is a year that comes every seven years in which God renders an opinion on the moral health of a nation.

Cahn says that the towers were attacked “at the peak of the Shemitah, the last week, the day of nullifying – and actually, the collapse of the towers creates the collapse of Wall Street, which means the timing of 9/11 was determined by the mystery of the Shemitah.”

“The Shemitah can also mean the fall of a nation, and guess what happened in 1973?” Cahn asked. “America decides to legalize the killing of unborn children. And that year is the same year America loses its first war – Vietnam. And yet that same year, you have the World Trade Center (being completed).”

“It is no coincidence, he argued, that the Twin Towers also fell in 2001, another year of the Shemitah,” Raw Story reports.

Raw Story also reports a group called Priests for Life are connecting 9/11 to abortion as well, showing images of 9/11 and asking viewers to “imagine if a candidate for public office said, ‘I support the right of terrorists to do what they did.’”

“Would it matter if that candidate had that best education plan in the world, or best healthcare plan?” the video asks. “Or would you simply not bother to ask about these other issues? Some positions disqualify a candidate from any further consideration. What about a candidate who supports the right to do this to children by abortion? Can you really support a candidate who sanctions a barbaric act that claims more than 3,000 lives a day?”

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