Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu toured the Kfar Aza kibbutz with tech billionaire Elon Musk.

Kfar Aza was one of the areas that was targeted in the October 7 Hamas attack.

During the tour, Netanyahu presented Musk with testimonies from the attack and received a briefing from the head of the Regional Council, Yossi Keren.

Earlier, Israel said Musk agreed not to activate Starlink over Gaza without Israel’s approval, despite calls for the satellite to cover the besieged area prone to telecom blackouts.

Meanwhile, an Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesperson has urged that the truce between Israel and Hamas take the form of a permanent ceasefire.

He said that he hoped the conflict could come to a complete halt.

Israel says it has informed Hamas about its readiness to extend the truce in exchange for the release of an additional 50 captives.

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