Meanwhile, Tel Aviv's cafes still buzz with activity, even as the sirens wail.
At a meeting of war veterans in Tel Aviv in 1946, the Finns were almost thrown out as traitors.
Hamas has tried several times to hit Tel Aviv with its rockets over the past week without success.
And Perlmutter, the TV executive, says his experience in Tel Aviv made other cities pale in comparison.
I went to Tel Aviv last Thursday night to hear Bennett speak with young “internationals.”
When Hebron makes it to the media the yawning gap between Hebron and Tel Aviv is bridged for a minute or two.
Lydda, a historic Palestinian city, is where the airport is (not Tel Aviv).
A Tel Aviv hotel agreed to host the event instead but backed out as well.
Some 20,000 people in Tel Aviv have come out to protest not politics, but economics.
Many people say that, you know, particularly the radical right wing, they say that Tel Aviv is a bubble.