1) Distinct human lives should not be treated as objects but as subjects. Abortion treats humans as objects, namely, instrumentally inconvenient human life. Therefore abortion is wrong.
2) It is immoral to issue a death penalty to a morally innocent or neutral party (see, Geneva Convention). Abortion extends the death penalty to a morally innocent or neutral party, the preborn. Therefore abortion is immoral.
3) It is immoral to abuse higher-order animal life merely for the sake of convenience such as vertebrate mammals. Abortion abuses to the point of death higher order animal life (there are currently no restrictions on how to go about with the abortion except for that of timing/when it is done in gestation. Any method of killing is allowed, with no regard for fetal pain). Therefore abortion is immoral.
4) Human rights, including the right to life, extend to every “member of the human family” from the point of creation onward (i.e.: conception; see Universal Declaration of Human rights-preamble, and Declaration of Independence-preamble). Abortion militates against human life from conception to birth. Therefore, abortion militates against a human right.
5) The right to life should be honored except in cases of moral dilemma where an equal or greater moral value is at stake. Liberty is not an equal or higher moral value than life. Therefore the right to life should be honored above the right of liberty.