Iron Dome Is a Tactical Treasure but Strategic Danger

How many more rockets can be intercepted until one slips past and sows death and devastation? Then there will be a ground incursion.

The siren sounded as I was writing this article yesterday (in Tel Aviv). I remained calm. After all, Tel Aviv is well-defended from rockets. If army headquarters, or the city’s inhabitants, are harmed, God forbid, the flight will begin, the state will rage and Prof. Dan Miron, the esteemed Israeli literary critic, now at New York’s Columbia University will write in Haaretz, as he did in...