Elon Musk, Louis Vitton
Elon Musk Loses "Richest In the World" Top Spot Due to Stock Woes

Due to instability in his Tesla company stock, Elon Musk recently lost his title as the richest man in the world to the owner of Louis Vuitton.

Avi Woolf | 28.01.24

X/Twitter, Free Speech

Givatayim Mayor Announces Departure from X/Twitter After Supreme Court Denies His Right to Block Accounts

Givatayim Mayor Ran Kunik posts what he calls his "last tweet for now" in protest of a Supreme Court decision requiring him, as a public servant, to life a block on the account of a constituent, despite this being a private account.

Avi Woolf | 27.12.23

Following the Storm on Social Media

Harvard was Alarmed by the Criticism: "There is No Place for these Calls"

After the storm on social media, Harvard clarifies: "Calls for violence or genocide against the Jewish community, or any religious or ethnic group are vile, they have no place at Harvard."

| JFeed Staff | 06.12.23

Lapid Criticized Smotrich

Lapid criticized Smotrich: only his 'base' interests him

This morning, Lapid attacked Smotrich for his decision to transfer funds to Ultra-Orthodox education: "He only cares about his 'base'." Smotrich did not remain obliged and replied to him: "You are not freed from your hatred and incitement against the Ultra-Orthodox".

Chani Edri, JFeed Staff | 12.11.23

"No Peace"

The News Anchor from Channel 12 Called for Peace and was Interrupted with "Your Filthy People"

The commentator on Arab Affairs for Channel 12, Mohammad Majadla, argued that after the war, there must be peace between Israel and the Palestinians. Viewers responded critically, saying, "There is no peace with Nazis."

JFeed | 22.10.23

Twitter Removed Hamas Accounts

Twitter Announced: We Removed Hundreds of Hamas Accounts

The CEO of X Network (formerly Twitter) announced that the social network has removed hundreds of accounts associated with Hamas and also deleted tens of thousands of tweets related to the conflict in Israel. She stated, "There is no place on X for terrorist organizations."

| Uriel Be'eri, JFeed Staff | 16.10.23

"Dad is dead"

"Dad is dead": Trump Jr.'s Twitter account was hacked

Hackers broke into the Twitter account of Donald Trump, Jr., and published a series of puzzling tweets - first of all, a message about the death of Trump Sr.: "I will run in his place in the presidential elections in 2024." Trump's office confirmed that the former president is still alive

Uriel Be'eri, JFeed Staff | 20.09.23

"I Will Never Do This Again"

The left wing activist regrets: An inappropriate act; very ashamed of myself

After sparking significant anger following a picture he posted on his Twitter account, the left wing activist, Uri Breitman, deleted the tweet, clarified, and issued an apology: "I will never do this again"

JFeed | 07.09.23

"Anti-Semitic Campaign"

The League Against Defamation to Musk: 'Anti-Semitic Campaign'

"The League Against Defamation," the Jewish organization that fights anti-Semitism, strongly criticized Elon Musk and accused him of being in connection with anti-Semites. This comes after he threatened to sue them, claiming they are responsible for the loss of Twitter's revenue

Eliyau Luksenberg, JFeed | 07.09.23

Twitter's New Step

Canceling the block option: Elon Musk in a controversial step

X (Twitter) CEO Elon Musk announced that the option to block users will soon be canceled. Behind this move, according to many, lies the business interests of the owner. Among many, there is a growing concern that X will become a more toxic and aggressive space

Yehuda Klein, Srugim News | 20.08.23

Twitter's Bird Replaced

Elon Musk's next step: Say goodbye to the bird

Elon Musk, the owner of Twitter and one of the wealthiest people in the world, announced this morning in a series of tweets that he intends to rebrand the social network and get rid of the iconic blue bird.

Rinat Kramer Jablinowitz, Srugim News | 26.07.23

Competition for Users of Social Media

Tiktok joins the competition for Twitter users

On TikTok, they launched a feature of uploading text-based content, in addition to uploading videos and images. This was done to attract Twitter users who are disappointed with the conduct of the new owner, Elon Musk.

Yehuda Klein, Srugim News | 26.07.23