The controversial nature of Musk’s visit to Israel was further intensified by his recent social media activity.
On November 15, Musk endorsed a post on his platform X (formerly known as Twitter) that accused Jews of “hatred against whites”.
The following day, he supported a post stating, “everyone is allowed to be proud of their race, except for white people”.
These controversial retweets were not addressed during Musk’s visit to Kfar Aza. However, Mr Musk expressed agreement with Netanyahu’s perspective on the conflict.
“Those that are intent on murder must be neutralised,” Musk stated.
“The propaganda must stop that is training people to be murderers in the future. And then, making Gaza prosperous. And if that happens, I think it will be a good future.”
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