Deputy Press Secretary Andrew Bates of the White House has responded to the controversy surrounding the alleged letter written by Osama bin Ladin in the wake of the 9/11 terror attack. Bates denounces the trend and draws attention to the increase in anti-Semitic violence that has occurred in the wake of the recent Hamas attacks in Israel. Bates stressed that following the bloodiest terrorist assault in American history, there could never be a rationale for disseminating the disgusting and anti-Semitic falsehoods disseminated by Bin Laden.


He urged everyone to honor the families of the 2,977 innocent Americans who died on 9/11 and are still in grief and to distance themselves from the hateful remarks made by the terrorist commander.


The hypothesis, known as "white genocide," is an antisemitic and racist conspiracy theory that holds that Jews deliberately plan to promote the immigration of "non-white" individuals to Western nations in an attempt to "eliminate" the white race.


According to Zahed Amanullah, a senior fellow at the London-based Institute of Strategic Dialogue, the original tweet to which Mr. Musk reacted "is using specific language that has been used in the past to justify violent attacks on synagogues," the BBC said. A mass killer who stormed Pittsburgh's Tree of Life synagogue in 2018 and shot eleven congregants to death was inspired by a conspiracy theory.

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