The current law in Israel is that women are not automatically entitled to have abortions. They must apply for approval by a committee. Unmarried women and women below and above certain range of ages get automatic approval. Married women are allowed to have abortion only if there is a medical or another legally recognized reason for this.
In the wake of the recent tragedies, in which 4 year old children were murdered by their mothers and/or grandfathers, the politicians are clamoring for something to be done. A plan was indeed put together to improve monitoring of families having children at those ages.
May I suggest another solution to the problem: allow any pregnant woman, regardless of her marital, health or sociological status, to have an abortion, no questions asked, if she does not feel like having the baby. Since the goal is that only women, who really want babies, would have them, there should be no stigma attached to having an abortion. At least not beyond the existing stigma of not wanting to have children.
Abortion is better than killing a child or raising him, like an unwanted child, to be a criminal.