"I guess the only solution either of you hold out is for Israel to nothing. . . " - Danite As I have pointed out, there are no good options when it comes to trying to suppress the firing of weapons like the quassams. You can try to disrupt production, but that isn't always easy. You can try to keep the launchers at sufficient distance, but that isn't really easy either. You can attempt via counter-battery radar to track the rounds back to their origin and fire counter-battery artillery. Alas, only an idiot would hang around for the incoming to arrive after he launched his quassam. Israel might be small, but it's borders are long. . . big problem when you try to keep everywhere in range under surveillance. No good military options Danite. Time for a political solution. The tit-for-tat strategy has not worked.
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