Babies born to surrogate mothers in Nepal for gay Israeli couples are flown out of the country in military planes following quake!!

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Consider how great is that sin, to have forced hell to appear even before its time! For that rain was unwonted, for the intercourse was contrary to nature, and it deluged the land, since lust had done so with their souls. Wherefore also the rain was the opposite of the customary rain. Now not only did it fail to stir up the womb of the earth to the production of fruits, but made it even useless for the reception of seed. For such was also the intercourse of the men, making a body of this sort more worthless than the very land of Sodom. And what is there more detestable than a man who hath pandered himself, or what more execrable? – St. John Chrysostom

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Babies born to surrogate mothers in Nepal for gay Israeli couples are flown out of the country in military planes following quake!!

  • Babies flown from Nepal to Tel Aviv, Israel, with their parents on Monday
  • Several premature infants evacuated on small military plane in morning
  • Later in the day, five more youngsters touched down at Sde Dov Airport
  • Up to 33 babies could be flown from Nepal in total following earthquake
  • Many gay Israeli couples travel abroad to have children with surrogates
  • In Israeli, the procedure is limited, by law, to only heterosexual partners
  • Earthquake and triggered avalanches have killed more than 4,000 so far

Sleeping in the arms of their loving parents, these are among more than two dozen babies recently born to surrogate mothers for gay Israeli couples who are being airlifted out of Nepal to safety.

The infants – some of whom were prematurely born – were evacuated from the country on Monday following Saturday’s devastating earthquake, which has so far claimed more than 4,000 lives.

Several premature babies – and some wounded people – were ferried to Israel on a small military aircraft in the morning. The plane had previously delivered doctors to Nepal to aid rescue efforts.

Later in the day, five more infants landed safely in Tel Aviv with their Israeli families. Some were seen resting peacefully in their carriers, while others were clutched tightly to their parents’ chests.

Joyful: An Israeli man and his partner are pictured carrying their two children - include a newborn baby born to a surrogate mother in the Nepalese capital of Kathmandu - after touching down at an airport in Israel

Evacuation: More than two dozen babies born to Nepalese surrogates are being airlifted out of Nepal in the wake of Saturday's devastating 7.8-magnitude earthquake, which has so far claimed more than 4,000 lives

Sunny: An Israeli couple disembark from a military airplane after being flown to Sde Dov airport in Tel Aviv

One of the men beams as he carries his daughter, while his partner carries their newborn baby

One of the men beams as he carries his daughter, while his partner carries their newborn baby

Israel told AFP that it planned to airlift 25 babies recently born to Nepalese surrogates out of the country this week. However, other reports have said that 33 youngsters will be rescued in total.

Many Israeli male couples have traveled to capital of Kathmandu to father children with the help of surrogate mothers because in Israel the procedure is limited by law to only heterosexual partners.

However, in the wake of the 7.8-magnitude earthquake – which led to a series of avalanches which buried the Everest base camp – the new parents have been eager to get their babies out of Nepal.

The parents who were pictured returning to Sde Dov Airport on Monday had traveled abroad before Saturday’s disaster to collect their children. Four surrogate mothers are also being airlifted to safety.

Also on Monday, five other flights flew to Kathmandu carrying Israeli rescue teams, IDF soldiers and medical crews in a bid to help victims of the deadly earthquake, according to the Jerusalem Post.

Yossi Filiba, a  single father from Tel Aviv, said by telephone from Kathmandu on Sunday that he had traveled to Nepal more than three weeks ago to witness the birth of his baby girl, Na’ama.

Flown to safety: Several premature babies - and some wounded people - were ferried to Israel on a small military aircraft in the morning. The plane had previously delivered doctors to Nepal to aid rescue efforts

Later in the day, five more infants landed in Tel Aviv with their Israeli families

Some were pictured resting peacefully in their carriers, while others were clutched tightly to their parents' chests

Back on the ground: Israel told AFP that it planned to airlift 25 babies recently born to Nepalese surrogates out of the country this week. However, other reports have said 33 youngsters will be rescued in total

A gay Israeli couple embrace each other as they land safely at Sde Dov Airport with their children

A gay Israeli couple embrace each other as they land safely at Sde Dov Airport with their children

He told Reuters he and several Israeli couples and their surrogate babies had found shelter in the ground floor of a building in the capital, and were waiting for the Israeli air force to evacuate them.

‘We don’t know when they will get here,’ he said. ‘The water is going to finish and I am with a small baby. There is very little food and no electricity, although sometimes there is a generator.’

Mr Filiba said Israeli parents usually spend a month in Nepal for their child’s birth and to make final arrangements to bring them home. The quake hit when Mr Filiba was feeding Na’ama at home.

‘I grabbed the baby, ran down three floors and out to open space. All around us, small buildings were collapsing and people were terrified,’ he said, recounting the moment the disaster occurred.

We're home! Many Israeli male couples have traveled to capital of Kathmandu to father children with the help of surrogate mothers because in Israel the procedure is limited by law to only heterosexual partners

Grinning: Following the deadly earthquake - which led to a series of avalanches  - the new parents have been eager to get their babies out of Nepal. Above, a new father is greeted by an employee carrying gifts

Wrapped in a blanket: The parents who were pictured returning to Sde Dov Airport on Monday had traveled abroad before Saturday's disaster to collect their children. Four surrogate mothers are also being rescued

Presents: Welcome baskets await babies and their homosexual parents on the runway at Sde Dov Airport

Israel’s military had already dispatched an 80-member search and rescue team to Nepal prior to sending other aircraft carrying medical personnel, soldiers and supplies to the country on Monday.

Mr Filiba said on Sunday that the planes could not come soon enough.

‘There are cracks all over the building,’ he said. ‘I’m not sleeping because of the baby – which is a good reason – but I’m also not sleeping because of worries about the building collapsing.’

Israel’s parliament is considering legislation that would allow same-sex couples and single parents to have babies through surrogate mothers in Israel itself.

It comes as four Americans are dead and dozens are believed to be missing in the Himalayas as families across the world scramble to find information on their loved ones after the earthquake.

Emotional: Some wounded people were also evacuated from Nepal to Israel on Monday. Above, Israeli Ohad Chitman is greeted by his mother, left, after being rescued from Nepal and landing at the airport in Tel Aviv

Waiting: Photographers and parents wait for babies and toddlers to arrive at the airport on Monday morning

Tragic: The grieving Nepalese nation has begun the grim and daunting task of cremating the thousands of victims who were killed during Saturday's devastating earthquake. Above, the scene of a multi cremation

The death toll across Nepal, China, India and Bangladesh has risen to more than 4,000. Nepalese officials have speculated that number could reach a staggering 10,000.

Meanwhile, Care International, an aid agency, predicted it could reach 15,000. At least 18 climbers, including the four Americans, died after deadly avalanches also buried Everest base camp.

American Google executive Dan Fredinburg, 33, was the first confirmed fatality on the mountain. New Jersey-born Dr Marisa Eve Girawong, 29, was also killed when ice and rock crushed the 18,000-foot-altitude base camp where she worked as a medic for Madison Mountaineering.

A third American, Tom Taplin, 61, who owned TET Films & Photography, and U.S. citizen Vinh B. Truong were also killed at the base camp. Mr Taplin was making a documentary at the time.

Daily Mail

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