AS THE CRIMINAL march of Hamas rocket fire continues across the territory of Israel, the rockets’ red glare casts a new light on Israel’s and the world’s dangerous nuclear complacency. Rockets have fallen, to the north of Gaza, within about 20 miles of Tel Aviv. But even more threatening, they have fallen, to the east, within about 20 miles of Dimona, Israel’s ultra-secret nuclear facility in the Negev desert. Although Israel neither confirms nor denies its possession of a nuclear arsenal, it is clear that, since the 1960s, a plutonium production reactor has been operating at Dimona, and is believed to have created enough material for up to 200 nuclear weapons, which have been manufactured in an adjacent underground facility. What would happen if Hamas rockets rained down on such a place?