Yeah, because firing two rockets and killing ten people is obviously far worse than bombing a huge area and killing a thousand.
Sorry for the sarcasm, but seriously:
I'm half Danish and I live in Denmark. The Danes tend to be rather proud of the resistance movement that they had during the nazi occupation in the 1940's -- and I can totally understand why. Even though killing people is generally not a nice thing, I certainly cannot say that it was wrong of them to resist the nazi occupation, including by killing Germans. Likewise, I cannot say that it is wrong of the Palestinians to resist the zionist occupation, including by killing Israelis. What Israel is doing to the Palestinians amounts to an ethnical cleansing strikingly similar to what happened in Europe in the second world war.
I assume that you don't agree, but then how do you explain all the reports about Israeli soldiers shooting children up close in cold blood? Or herding large number of civilians into a building and then bombing it? What about the graffiti the soldiers had written in Gaza with statements like "Death to all arabs"? I can look up the links for you if you want me to.
At first glance it might seem odd that a people who only 65 years ago were victims of such horrible acts would turn around and do the same thing to others, but it's really not that strange; it's a common pattern -- just think of how people who were abused as children tend to be the ones who themselves abuse children later in their lifes! It really comes down to not being able to forgive the terrible things that have been done to you, and therefore hanging on to the suffering, and then, unintentionally, ending up perpetuating the same kind of actions. I have observed that kind of pattern in my own life, where I have treated people who were close to me badly, and later thought "Why in the world did I act like that", and then realized that I had been similarly treated badly earlier in my life and had not fully recovered from it, and that was what was causing my behavior. What we're seeing in Israel's behaviour is just the same thing as the bullied kid who then goes on to bully other kids -- just on a far larger scale. It's what happens when you cannot *let go* of what was done to you.
I'm sorry to have to tell you the unpleasant truth that you seem to be unaware of, but Israel's policies and military actions are inherently racist. You and everybody reading this ought to, for starters, watch this 9-minute clip from 2006, during that wave of the Israel-Lebanon war. It's an interview with a British politician who talks about the background of the conflict, and it is simply one of the clearest, well put things I have ever heard anyone say about this whole subject.