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In New Video, Pro-Life Group Hails Carolers' Victory Over Planned Parenthood: 'What It Means to Build a Culture of Life

NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 30: A Planned Parenthood clinic is seen on November 30, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

The American Life League, a group opposed to abortion, praised the victory of pro-life Christmas carolers outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in Falls Church, Va.

ALL released a new video of the carolers late Wednesday, showing the carolers opposed to abortion singing Christmas carols outside the clinic, though not speaking directly about abortion. The group videoed the caroling after having been disbursed by police the previous day.

“Expressing the joy of Christmas in songs honoring the Lord of life is not a threat to those who appreciate the value of family, but we understand that to Planned Parenthood such ideas are anathema to their evil agenda,” American Life League President Judie Brown said in statement. “We are thankful that in this case at least the Lord's victory has been affirmed. That is what it means to build a culture of life: to stand always and everywhere for Him and His truth.”

After being told about the noise ordinance, the legal team appealed to authorities, who determined the noise ordinance didn’t apply in this case. The ALL press release said, “The carolers returned two days before Christmas to sing and celebrate the birth of Christ, and to pray for an end to abortion.”

Here's video of police confronting the carolers.

Here is the video after the carolers returned.

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