In case you are not aware, Koolulam is an Israeli social musical initiative, whose mission is to spread joy through music and bring together diverse groups within Israel. The idea is to “bring Israelis of all backgrounds together, regardless of their political views or affiliations…so we should all be happy together.”
Enter the incredible dolt, Hollywood actor Mark Ruffalo, whose hatred of Israel is about as subtle as the Hulk’s anger management issues. He somehow discovered a video of one Koolulam’s performances – Mattisyahu’s One Day – expressing a desire for coexistence. Naturally, he felt the need to put his slant on it.
We need to support a peace between Israel and Palestine, with the emphasis on Palestinian rights. Koolulam’s video, that celebrates coexistence, inspires that one day it can. https://t.co/RcoWXxRi3E
— Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) November 24, 2018
“We need to support a peace between Israel and Palestine, with the emphasis on Palestinian rights.” Why not peace with equal rights for all? Why an emphasis on “Palestinian rights”?
Ruffalo needs to be reminded that Koolulam is an entirely Israeli initiative – like pretty much all other peace and coexistence initiatives here. Then he can ponder why that is the case.
Of course, given this is the same genius who can’t comprehend that Hamas would be evil, we might be waiting for a while.