Together with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Elon Musk, recently criticized for anti-Seminism, visited a kibbutz. Meanwhile, in Brussels, Stoltenberg called for extending the truce.
The controversial owner of the social network X (formerly Twitter) and Space X, Elon Muskvisited one of the more than 20 kibbutz that were targeted by the Hamas terrorist attack on October 7.
Musk had been criticized after promoting an allegedly anti-Semitic post on his social network, which led several companies and even the European Commission to suspend campaigns on the platform.
With the prime minister Benjamin NetanyahuElon Musk visited a kibbutz and heard the stories of those who survived the Hamas massacre, including that of a four-year-old girl who was freed this Sunday after being orphaned.
During his visit to Israel, Musk posted a message on his social network with a single phrase: “Actions speak louder than words.”
Meanwhile, in Brussels, ahead of a meeting of NATO foreign ministers, Jens Stoltenberg called for an extension of the truce.
The day in Israel was also marked by the visit of the president of Germany to another kibbutz attacked by Hamas. Steinmeier He has been in the country since Sunday and during his visit to the kibbutz he announced the donation of seven million euros for the reconstruction of art centers destroyed in the attack by the Palestinian armed group.
After Israel, the German president plans to visit Oman and Qatar, where negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians are being mediated.