Elon Musk's social media platform, X (formerly Twitter), is embroiled in a legal battle with the Anti-Defamation League (ADL).

Musk's support for the hashtag #BanTheADL triggered this controversy, leading him to announce the defamation lawsuit against the ADL.

The announcement gained widespread attention, accumulating millions of views, likes, retweets, and comments within hours.

Musk clarified his position, stating his support for free speech while opposing all forms of anti-Semitism.

He shared an article from Tablet, an online Jewish magazine, which criticized the ADL for aligning with Al Sharpton, despite his history of apparent anti-Semitism.

The Tablet article labeled Sharpton as "America's only living pogrom leader" and accused the ADL of tarnishing its reputation.

Musk further supported his stance by sharing an NPR article from 2009 that questioned the ADL's claims about rising anti-Semitism in North America.

The NPR article also highlighted skepticism about the influence of pro-Israel lobbyists, with the ADL being a prominent player.

The legal battle between X and the ADL raises important questions about free speech, anti-Semitism, and the role of influential organizations in online discourse.

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