In historical literature, it has been said that the most interesting thing in Henry's reign was his corpulence. This apparently means a surprisingly peaceful, dull and safe period of time. Henry himself served as Regent of Jerusalem for Conrad of Hohenstaufen 1246-1253.
On his death, Henry was succeeded by his only child, his infant son Hugh II (b. 1253). If he had not had children, his heirs were his eldest sister's sons Jean de Brienne (b. 1234) and Hugh of Brienne (b. c. 1240), as well as his younger sister's son Hugh of Antioch, the future Hugh III of Cyprus (b. c. 1235). He was buried at the Church of the Templars, at Nicosia.
Right to live ; The Bombay High Court ruling against a couple's plea to abort their unborn child after the safe period prescribed by the law sparks off a major debate over the medical and social ethics involved in such decisions.
Aug 18, 2008; Abortion pill: Foetal extraction Like any other young couple, Niketa and Haresh Mehta too were looking forward to the birth of...