Elon Musk visits Israel and offers to help rebuild Gaza after the war

Billionaire Elon Musk visited Israel this Monday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who showed him “the horrors of the massacre” by Hamas on October 7 in a community near Gaza where militants from the Islamist group killed dozens of its residents.

Musk, who arrived in Israel this morning, left shortly after with Netanyahu for Kibbutz Kfar Azzaone of the communities a few kilometers from the Strip that suffered one of the largest massacres on the day of the Hamas attack, with the death of a hundred people.

There, the head of the Israeli Government “showed Musk the horrors” committed, and the American magnate also heard the stories of the head of the Shaar HaNegev regional council, Yosi Keren, and a spokesman for the Israeli Army, who detailed the events that occurred in the kibbutz during the Hamas attack on October 7.

Meets Israeli family whose parents were murdered

Musk also met with members of the Itamari family, including a four-year-old girl, Abigail Itamari, whose parents were murdered and she was kidnapped to Gaza, where she remained hostage until being released last night as part of the agreement to exchange Israeli captives for Palestinian prisoners.

After these meetings, Netanyahu and Musk had a conversation broadcast on the social network showed his support for the Israeli prime minister in its offensive in Gaza to destroy Hamas.

“There is no alternative,” Musk said of the need to eliminate the Islamist groupwhile also highlighting the importance of “help those who remain” within the Strip once the war was over.

He offers to “help” in the reconstruction of the Strip after the war

Asked by Netanyahu about a potential contribution to the reconstruction of the Strip, Musk noted that “would like to help” and emphasized that it is essential to create a “prosperous Gaza” after the war.

The attack by Palestinian militias on October 7 caused more than 1,200 deaths in Israel and sparked the war with Hamas in Gaza, where until now more than 14,800 people have diedmostly women and children.

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