The Israel government decision to leave Gaza not only left vulnerable almost 50 agricultural communities and towns closeby, but, given Prime Minister Olmert's determindness to continue the policy, renamed realignment, will place hundreds of additional residential areas, many of them large cities, under a missile threat.
It would seem that rockets are not the only things that could be described as clumsy and inaccurate. Policy decisions, if lacking rationality and strategic input, can be just the same.
P.S. Re: "clumsy", I went back and found this from late 2003:
Earlier on Sunday, Hamas militants fired eight crude rockets from the northern Gaza Strip toward the Israeli town of Sederot, the Israeli Army reported. No one was injured, and no serious property damage was reported.