Elon Musk, owner of Tesla, SpaceX and social media platform X, said the incident must be dealt with from a broad perspective for long-term peace in Gaza.
Musk participated in the podcast program published by scientist and author Lex Friedman on YouTube.
According to news in AA, in response to Friedman’s questions, Musk said regarding the Israeli attacks on Gaza: “If you’re not going to commit genocide against literally everyone, which is unacceptable and shouldn’t happen to anyone, then you’re going to end up hating Israel.” “It will leave a lot of people alive who will,” he said.
Noting that “the real question is how many new members will emerge to replace each Hamas member killed,” Musk said, “If you create more than you kill, you have failed.” He said.
“If you kill a child in Gaza, you have created at least a few Hamas members who will kill an Israeli,” Musk said. He said.
Musk noted that the issue in Gaza is one of the most controversial issues, and pointed out that if the goal is to achieve long-term peace, the incident must be studied from a broad perspective.
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