If sanctions are placed there may be a spike in rockets, then reality will set in. The Pals have to live with the misery, easier said than done. As far as a ground operation, I neither reccommend it or believe it will happen. Too many casualties on all sides. I think Hamas will crack over time with sanctions and a loosening of engagement rules in regards to return fire. Enough property damage, enough targeting of terrorists and a worsening economy will get Hamas to do the simple thing of releasing Shalit and stopping rockets. Better to try sanctions than an expensive ground operation.
Twin bombs kill around 10 and wound 100 in Cameroon town (Reuters)
from the article: ANALYSIS: Israel's real intention behind sanctions on Gaza Strip