Also let's not pretend that killing civilians that are standing next to rocket launchers is the same as launching rockets randomly into a civilian population. It's just not the same.
Lastly, it's the Palestinian families that are at far greater risk. I grabbed this from an article posted 3 hours ago
Google says there are 1,657,155 people living in Gaza. And 7,765,700 living in Israel. That means a civilian in Gaza is 156+ times more likely to be killed in Gaza than in Israel ( (100+/1,657,155) / (3/7,765,700) ).Growing civilian toll
Overall, the offensive that began Wednesday killed 100 Palestinians, including 53 civilians, and wounded some 840 people, including 225 children, Gaza heath official Ashraf al-Kidra said.
On the Israeli side, three civilians have died from Palestinian rocket fire and dozens have been wounded. A rocket-defence system has intercepted hundreds of rockets bound for populated areas.
I don't understand how you can equate the two.