I added some balance to your post, as you were focused on the negligence of the female, and not at all on the male. Was that an oversight?
It happens that the creature inside the womb of that woman is not part of her body.
Then whose body is it a part of?
If it is a part of her body, then she has a right to remove it. If it is not a part of her body, she has a right to remove it.
She was careless, she must pay for her negligence.
You seem to look at things through a black and white lens. According to you, if the woman gets an abortion, that makes her guilty of murder. Therefore, if you prevent that woman from getting an abortion, and force her to give birth, you are guilty of handing a baby over to the person who attempted to murder that same baby. How do you plead?
And according to the Bible, wasn't Moses guilty of murder? After all, he did order the slaughter of women who were pregnant.