Abortions in Israel: Is the law as liberal as they claim?
Israel’s recent health-basket reform may make abortions more affordable, but hardly more accessible. Part one of a two-part series.
Imagine you’re a woman in Israel facing an unwanted pregnancy. If you’re lucky and wealthy, you could pay for an illegal, private, no-questions-asked abortion, setting you back between NIS 2,099-2,912 ($600 and $830), depending on the stage you’re at and whether it’s a surgical or medical termination.
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