No matter what iniquities may be visited upon them, they must take into account the wide-spread attitude of the bien-pensant Commentariat, particularly the present Obama administration which consistently warns Israel against over-reacting to provocations.
The current form of their 'play nice' style of counter-attack is called roof knocking, and now we have a recording of an example. The first step involves a phone call to the residence of a terrorist, asking for him by name. "Hello, my name is Moshe from Israeli intelligence. We know that you have women and children there. Get out now. You only have a few minutes before we destroy your house." This is an excellent example of driving home your point by both physical and psychological means.
The warning is punctuated within a few moments by the impact of what is apparently a rocket with an inert warhead striking the house, probably fired by a drone circling overhead and watching. Within 1:10 minutes, the bomb strikes and obliterates the house, followed quickly by another explosion, either a variation on the shoot-look-shoot technique or probably another target nailed close by. If you look closely, you can see that the footage is spliced (or whatever the current digital version of that is), just before the impact, so the actual intervening time is unknown (probably 15 minutes according to the source).
Also, the later images of the battle damage assessment includes the necessary focus on the little dolls amid the rubble. Note, however, that the dolls are pristinely clean despite the cloud of dust that enveloped the scene, and they are lying conveniently on top of the debris. This sort of thing was seen repeatedly in news reports during the last Lebanon incursion.
Note also that many reports refer to "suspected" terrorists. Apparently the fellow who set up his camera equipment to catch the impending attack had little doubt about the terrorist proclivities of the occupants.