Mark Ruffalo, The Incredible Dolt

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During Operation Protective Edge, Mark Ruffalo – who’s main claim to fame is playing Bruce Banner (pre-Hulk smash) in the Avengers movies – came out hard against Israel, and refused to believe the Hamas terrorist organization would be depraved enough to use their own people as human shields.



Some might say he’s been a little Hamas fanboyish.

Now, over a year later, he has asked that the so-called “Gaza blockade” be lifted.

In response, Israelis have invited Ruffalo to come visit Sderot.

Residents of the Israeli border city of Sderot would like actor Mark Ruffalo to visit and learn how they feel living under the constant threat of rocket attacks, after he posted a tweet calling on Israel to lift its blockade on Gaza.

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“I invite Mark Ruffalo to come to me for [Sabbath], to live all day in the bomb shelter, 24 hours — and you can’t go out because of rockets — and then say what he thinks about the closure of Gaza,” Chen Hana Elmaliah, a 24-year-old university student told TheBlaze by phone Thursday from her home in Sderot.

While she said she sympathizes with Ruffalo’s desire to help the Palestinians, she worries he’s not seeing the entire picture.

“It’s really easy to see only one side,” said Elmaliah whose house was hit by a rocket when she was 17, one of many such traumatic experiences she has endured. Sderot has sustained thousands of rocket attacks.

“There’s a horrible terror organization ruling there for years,” she said.

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On the day Ruffalo tweeted about Gaza, Israel facilitated the entry of 677 trucks into Gaza, an activity it updates on Twitter at #GazaDailyActivity.

And where’s the Ruffalo? Rome!

Well, close. As The Blaze mentions, he’s currently at the Venice Film Festival, a mere 4 hours from Israel.

Will he come and visit Sderot for himself? I somehow doubt it. Unlike his screen alter ego, Mark seems bent on supporting the bad guys.

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A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media