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    000 people live inside the city's official municipal limits

    TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) Leehee Goldenberg was having lunch with an outdoor cafe in Tel Aviv, Israel's largest metropolis, when an air-raid siren wailed. She and other diners knew the drill: They dashed within the coffee shop and kept outside the windows. Then, from your distance, came the boom. Minutes later, everybody was back outdoors, chatting loudly.
    It's sort of unbelievable, said Goldenberg, a 31-year-old lawyer. In Tel Aviv we always feel as if we reside in a different world.
    For Israelis, the targeting of Tel Aviv is often a direct puncture of the bubble of normalcy they have built round the city. Whenever it takes place, the outrage expressed on television and on the path is palpable, as if what is acceptable from the southern desert or even in Jerusalem is inconceivable in a place so painstakingly wanting to be normal.
    The freewheeling seaside oasis has long served as a possible escape from the troubles of every day Israel. But Israel's financial and cultural center can also be something more: a symbolic reflection of Israelis' deep-rooted should feel like the prosperous and progressive place many of the early Zionist founders hoped the country would become. Thanks partly to its vibrant nightlife and balmy climate, it is usually developed a worldwide reputation as a fun location to visit. Within a country the location where the religious human population are growing, town is overwhelmingly secular. And it is tech industry is known as a hub of innovative companies over a world-beating scale.
    This is the notion of preciousness that made the widespread sense how the question of if Israel escalates its offensive could possibly rest on whether Hamas dares target the city.
    Attacking Tel Aviv is seen as crossing a red line, said Steven Reiter, U.S.-born banker who lives in the posh north with the city.
    Violence is just not unprecedented here. Tel Aviv did witness battles during Israel's 1948 war of independence if it was a far cry from the capital of scotland - today,[url=Outlet[/url]. It had been also hit by Saddam Hussein's Scud missiles inside the 1991 Gulf War. Contributing to a decade ago it suffered an onslaught of Palestinian suicide bombings.
    But Gaza militants have waited a long time to target the town with their arsenal of Iranian-made long-range missiles. With Israel beginning an offensive Wednesday against them, the militants had an excuse.
    Tel Avivians were caught unexpectedly Thursday when sirens wailed within the city the very first time in more than twenty years exhibiting a paradox of moving forward despite the outrage that seemed somehow of an peace with the lovingly nurtured image of the city.
    In high-rise offices, workers froze in silence for a few seconds before quickly and calmly walking around the stairwells for their buildings' shelters. Some murmured I do not believe it while reaching for their phones to call loved ones. Several mobile networks crashed from overload.
    People parked their cars along the side of the Ayalon intercity highway, taking cover against concrete walls. Later, nightlife raged on.
    On Friday morning, rockets were fired for the second day, catching Israelis lounging in their favorite cafes and restaurants.
    Everybody just got up and went inside, there was no panic, when it was over they went back to their plates, said Rina Kol, a schoolteacher dining near Tel Aviv's largest open-air market.
    Soon after the siren sounded, a surge sounded in the distance. Israeli authorities would not disclose the landing site so they won't help Gaza rocket launchers increase their aim.
    Within minutes, though, customers crowded the cafes again to enjoy a mild, sunny fall day and leisurely sip their espressos. Street musicians grabbed their instruments and shoppers made last-minute purchases prior to the start of the Jewish Sabbath.
    City Hall announced it had been opening all municipal bomb shelters to the public.
    Eytan Schwartz, a spokesman for the mayor, stated it was telling that the local entrepreneur is already developing a smartphone app that locates the closest shelter.
    The legacy on this country is that we will not let terror paralyze us. In Tel Aviv, this means we won't allow it to stop us from planning to restaurants and low shops, he explained. Part of the legacy on this city is the show must continue.
    Some 400,000 people live inside the city's official municipal limits, however these have been effectively wiped out by urban and suburban sprawl that swell the populace to 3 million. That's almost one third of the country's population,PR consultant.
    Some hotels reported cancellations from overseas. Dani Tamari, the manager of an boutique hotel in downtown Tel Aviv, asserted after the first attack Thursday evening guests were offered free shots on the hotel bar and massages to calm frayed nerves.
    The scenes of lively normalcy in Tel Aviv were surprising to foreigners and recent immigrants. On trendy Rothschild Boulevard, where you can many of the boxy 1930s Bauhaus-style buildings that earned the city a rare UNESCO designation being a World Heritage Site, stores and shops were bustling.
    I result from a quiet country, and yesterday I heard sirens along to run to a shelter the first time in my life, said Vivian Hamui, 21, who moved from Panama five months ago to analyze here. I will be still in shock at just how Israelis take it look, that guy is simply drinking coffee, that one is playing his guitar.
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    Heller reported from Jerusalem. Follow him on Twitter (at)aronhellerapRelate read?


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