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The subjonctive is on "voie" not on the verb "avoir" (because it has not to be on), so it is "a" and not "ait". I am learning English while you are learning French, and I can advise you using the subjonctive in french when you would use it in english.
The verb “ayant portés” is a participe passé composé (not to be confused with a participe passé, which would be “porté[e][s]”). A participe présent would be : mères les portant pour le compte d'Israéliens … which is synonymous with mères qui les portent pour le compte d'Israéliens … that is, mothers who are currently bearing them (the babies — or ...
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