Netanyahu, Elon Musk Tour Gaza Border Community

By Aryeh Stern

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu (R) with Elon Musk (C) in Kibbutz Kfar Aza, Monday. (GPO)

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu joined Elon Musk on a tour Monday of the Gaza border communities, specifically visiting Kibbutz Kfar Aza, which had faced significant losses during the fatal terror attack by Hamas.

During the tour, Netanyahu shared detailed accounts of the events. Musk was also briefed by Yossi Keren, the acting head of the Shaar Hanegev Regional Council, and a representative from the IDF spokesperson’s office.

They visited the Liebstein family’s home, where Musk learned of the bravery of Ofir Liebstein, Hy”d, recounting his confrontation with the terrorists that resulted in his death on Oct. 7.

The tour continued to the Idan family’s home, where Musk listened to the account of Avigail Idan, a four-year-old who had been abducted to Gaza after her parents were brutally murdered. Fortunately, she was released after 51 days of captivity, arriving back home on Sunday night.

Wrapping up their visit, Netanyahu and Musk toured the youth neighborhood in the kibbutz, which had borne the brunt of the Hamas assault.

“Those who are intent on murder must be neutralized. Then the propaganda must stop,” Musk said during his conversation with Netanyahu. “They’re just training people to be murderers.”

Following Musk’s statement condemning antisemitism and emphasizing the need for action, Israel’s Ambassador to the United Nations Gilad Erdan thanked him and asked him to ban the X account of Iran’s Ayatollah Khamenei, who posts about the need to destroy the State of Israel and has expressed support for terrorism and the October 7 massacre.

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