Elon Musk has become a topic of discussion on social media after offering advice to the Israelis: If you kill a child in Gaza, it will create more Hamas

In the realm of global affairs, the influence of billionaires has extended beyond business ventures into the realm of international relations. Recently, American billionaire Elon Musk took to social media to offer advice to the Israeli people, sparking conversations and debates across various platforms.

Musk, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, expressed his views during an interview with the renowned host Lex Fridman in the United States. He urged Israel to act with utmost kindness, emphasizing that the principle of "an eye for an eye" only worsens the situation. Musk questioned the effectiveness of retaliatory measures, stating, "For every member of Hamas that Israel kills, how many more are created?"

In a thought-provoking statement, Musk asserted that if Israel were to kill children in Gaza, it would breed greater anger and potentially lead to long-term terrorism. He argued that such actions would fuel the flames of resistance, giving rise to more Hamas members.

According to Musk, there is no easy solution to the complex issues in the Middle East. He claimed that Hamas aimed to provoke an exaggerated and aggressive response from Israel, intending to leverage this reaction to rally Muslims worldwide in support of the Gaza and Palestinian cause. Musk commented, "They really wanted to commit the worst possible atrocities to provoke a large aggressive Israeli response, and they succeeded!"

Furthermore, Musk suggested that the Israeli forces should either kill or imprison Hamas members while simultaneously calling for humanitarian aid to be delivered to Gaza.

Following this interview, Elon Musk's name and his statements became widely discussed on social media platforms, with numerous accounts sharing the video and engaging in discussions.

Elon Musk has recently faced criticism for disseminating misleading information about the ongoing conflict in Gaza on the X platform (formerly Twitter), which he acquired last year. Musk later clarified that he is actively working to minimize the spread of such news.

As the conflict in Gaza entered its second month, the casualties continued to rise. The Palestinian side reported over 11,078 victims, including more than 4,506 children, while the director-general of the World Health Organization warned that the healthcare system in Gaza was on the verge of collapse, with a child being killed every 10 minutes.

On the Israeli side, the death toll reached 1,200 according to the latest report from the Israeli Defense Forces, revising down a previous figure of 1,400. Most of these casualties occurred on the first day of the surprise attack launched by Hamas on settlements and military bases in the Gaza Strip.

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