Bret Stephens proposes:

For every single rocket that falls randomly on Israeli soil, an Israeli missile will hit a carefully selected target in Gaza. Focusing the minds of Hamas on this type of "proportionality" is just the endgame that Israel needs.

How is that an "endgame" exactly? Isn't it actually a formula for the war never ending?

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