Elon Musk, X, Social Media, Tech

Elon Musk lifts ban on pro-Israel X account

Million of the account's followers called on Musk to unblock the account that frequently covers the wars in Gaza and Ukraine.

Elon Musk (Photo: Frederic Legrand - COMEO/Shutterstock)

The X account "Visegrad24," known for its frequent coverage of wars in Gaza and Ukraine, was blocked for hours, according to Arutz 7. Many of its million followers called on Elon Musk to unblock the account, which is regarded as pro-Israel and pro-Ukraine.

Although the reason for the block is unclear, X owner Elon Musk quickly responded to followers, stating he was investigating the matter. Shortly thereafter, the block was lifted, but the account has yet to show any new activity.

On Tuesday night, the final post was a video of a Lebanese journalist condemning Hezbollah for its audacious threats to engage in war with Israel, Cyprus, the EU, NATO, and the USA all at once.

"You think Iran will save you? They can't even find their own president," she said, referring to helicopter crash of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi.

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