Firstly the article puts Qassem rockets in the same order as the V2 rocket attacks on London. Nowhere near the same scale. The average V2 rocket attack killed around 14 people. 9 Israelis have been killed as a direct result of all the Qassem rocket attacks ever. As I do not know the total Qassems fired on Israel I cannot give you an average number of Israeli deaths compared to Qassem strikes. Yet I am assured more people are killed on Israel's roads every week than have ever been killed by Qassems. Therefore it is more cost effective in terms of the loss of human life that Israel concentrates on lowering this death toll. It is the author of the article who is putting cost effectiveness first not me. Should Israel spend billions on something which is not a threat or billions on making roads safer which cause a lot more deaths? That really is the question the author asks. Why don't you read it?
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