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Israel's Iron Dome in action above Tel Aviv
"There's a surreal normalcy that has set in after 10 days of this happening daily in Tel Aviv and throughout Israel. People are more sad and fed up than scared at this point. That's thanks to the sense of security you get from the [Iron Dome's] success in intercepting all of the Hamas rockets headed towards major cities in the heart of Israel."
He went on to say that he and other Israelis place the blame "100 percent on the Hamas terrorists ... and not on Gazans/Palestinians in general. We feel they are the biggest victims of Hamas and hope a leadership more interested in their well-being than Israel's destruction will come into power soon. The feeling is that nothing will change until then."
- dsashin, CNN iReport producer
Israel's Iron Dome rockets chase down and destroy Hamas rockets mid air above our Tel Aviv apartment, just now.