Billionaire Elon Musk has met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. On Monday, Musk joined the Israeli leader on a tour of the Kfar Aza kibbutz, which was attacked by Hamas on October 7. After the tour, Musk said his SpaceX company had agreed, in principle, to allow aid organizations in Gaza to access the Starlink internet satellite service — but only with Israeli approval. Aid groups spent weeks pleading for help restoring communications after Israel’s siege repeatedly triggered internet and cellphone blackouts. That contrasts with February of 2022, when Musk rushed Starlink terminals into Ukraine just days after Russia’s invasion. Elon Musk’s trip to Israel comes amid an exodus of advertisers from the social media site X — formerly Twitter — after Musk tweeted his support for a user’s racist comments attacking Jewish people and promoting a far-right anti-immigrant conspiracy theory.