The debate surrounding the Netanyahu-Musk conversation underscores the complex nature of addressing antisemitism in the digital age.
Analysis: Netanyahu chose his words to Musk carefully, avoiding direct criticism.
Will Benjamin Netanyahu and Elon Musk discuss AI, electric vehicles, and innovation, or allegations that under Musk, X has become an incubator for antisemitism?
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu landed in California on Monday to meet with the controversial billionaire owner of X, Elon Musk.
IDF Maj.-Gen. Yehuda Fox was depicted as Nazi leader Adolf Hitler in a post on X (formerly Twitter), following several coalition lawmakers criticizing the general.
They attack the ADL because, in their eyes, the ADL represents the Jews. And that should give us every reason we need to support it.
Musk is SpaceX's largest shareholder with a 42% stake and almost 79% of its voting power as of March.
After days of rising tensions between Elon Musk and the ADL, the enmity between the two seems to have reached a new height.
The post was quickly deleted. It is unclear as of yet who is responsible for writing the post.
"This operation was large and noisy, but it struggled to reach beyond its own fake echo chamber," said Meta's Global Threat Intelligence Lead Ben Nimmo.