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Feeling at Home: Elon Musk's Surprising Tweet in Hebrew | Israel Hayom

2023-12-03T14:42:28.389Z

Highlights: Elon Musk responded to a tweet by Israeli businessman Michael Eisenberg about his visit to Israel. Eisenberg addressed criticism directed against Musk for encouraging the spread of conspiracies and antisemitic content. In response to Eisenberg's remarks, Musk tweeted in Hebrew the verse from the Book of Proverbs: "Buy wisdom what is better than diligence and buy wisdom chosen from money" Last week, Musk visited Israel and toured the kibbutzim near Gaza. He also met with Israeli politicians, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and National Camp Chairman Benny Gantz.


The owner of the social network X responded to a tweet by Israeli businessman Michael Eisenberg about his visit to Israel with a verse from the Book of Proverbs • Last week, Musk visited Israel, and among other things, toured the surrounding communities and met with the families of the abductees


Businessman Elon Musk does not cease to surprise. The owner of the social network X (formerly Twitter) responded in Hebrew on Sunday with a verse from the Book of Proverbs to a tweet by Israeli businessman Michael Eisenberg written following the billionaire's visit to Israel.

In a column published on the social network X, Eisenberg addresses criticism directed against Musk for encouraging the spread of conspiracies and antisemitic content, adding that in his eyes he "loves Israel and loves man." In response to Eisenberg's remarks, Musk tweeted in Hebrew the verse from the Book of Proverbs: "Buy wisdom what is better than diligence and buy wisdom chosen from money."

Elon Musk responds with a quote from a book of Proverbs, photo: screenshot

Last week, Musk visited Israel and toured the kibbutzim near Gaza. He also met with a number of Israeli politicians, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and National Camp Chairman Benny Gantz. He also met with Israeli President Isaac Herzog and with several of the families of the abductees. His arrival took place against the backdrop of allegations against him that he promotes antisemitic theories in his publications on the social network X that he owns, and that he does not prevent the dissemination of fake news and antisemitic and anti-Israeli content on the platform. The same claims even led to announcements by a number of companies, including Apple, that they would stop advertising online.

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Source: israelhayom

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