Benjamin Netanyahu hears Elon Musk say, “Deradicalize” Palestine and we’ll rebuild it.

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Elon Musk stated, "I'd like to help as well," when in Israel during its conflict with Hamas in Gaza.

Israel-Hamas War: Elon Musk stated, “I’d like to help as well,” when in Israel during its conflict with Hamas in Gaza.

“Ultimately stopping the propaganda that is convincing people to engage in, you know, murder” is one difficulty, according to tech billionaire Elon Musk, who expressed support for Israel. In a live internet discussion, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared that Hamas must be annihilated. Elon Musk responded, “There’s no choice.”

When Elon Musk visited Israel during the fight against Hamas in Gaza, he declared, “I’d like to help as well.

“He stated that although it’s critical to first “deradicalize” the Palestinian territory, he would like to assist in rebuilding Gaza following the Israel-Hamas conflict.

The billionaire took a tour of the Kfar Aza kibbutz, the scene of some of the deadliest fighting on October 7, when Hamas attacked inhabitants after breaching the nation’s border wall.

Following his viewing of the Hamas attack video, Elon Musk described the assassins’ seeming delight as “evil” and “jarring.” Elon Musk was observed being accompanied by security guards while donning a safety vest. According to a video that Benjamin Netanyahu’s office released, he also took pictures and films of the destruction. The Israeli PM and CEO of Tesla paid a visit to the residences of a few victims, one of them being the family of 4-year-old Abigail Edan, an Israeli-American child who was taken prisoner by Hamas following the murder of her parents. In the most recent exchange, which took place in Gaza during a cease-fire, she was freed.
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While discussing the conflict, the demonstrations it has sparked, Hamas, and the Middle East, Benjamin Netanyahu expressed his hope that Elon Musk will be involved in creating a better future. Elon Musk also had a meeting with Benny Gantz, the former military minister of Israel, and President Isaac Herzog.

Musk is facing criticism for spreading anti-Semitic content on X at the same time as this.

Shlomo Karhi, Israel’s minister of communications, had tweeted about an agreement his government had made with Starlink, Elon Musk’s satellite internet business.

Because of this important agreement, Starlink satellite units can only be used in Israel with permission from the Israeli Ministry of Communications, including the Gaza Strip. On X, Shlomo Karhi wrote.


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