So what's different here? Israelis are preparing for incoming rounds.
Civil defense programs are being activated and various neighborhoods are organizing citizen preparedness meetings. A former student who lives in Tel Aviv told me that his building has already had several meetings with the residents--lessons learned from the 1991 Gulf War, when Iraqi missles hit Tel Aviv repeatedly have not been lost.
The Home Front Command has updated its website with an especially informative graphic to inform citizens of how long they have to get to a shelter after hearing a siren by where they live.
So, while the Prez talks of "never again", Israelis know exactly what that means: clean out the bomb shelters and get new filters for the gas masks. Unlike the States, Israelis live in theater where every person is a target to the enemy. In Israel, "never again" refers to reliance on world opinion to stop a madman hell bent on genocide.