Premium subscribers to Elon Musk's service have been repeatedly pushing the racist Great Replacement theory, according to a social media watchdog report.
Musk's comments on Jewish groups fomenting "anti-white racism" were celebrated by the far right and neo-Nazis on X.
Neo-Nazis are showing up at protests in an attempt to push antisemitic conspiracy theories and tropes into the mainstream.
Police and government ministers have pledged to protect British Jews amid a wave of threats and harassment, but calls to criminalise certain expressions of pro-Palestinian sentiment have sparked concern.
The incident in Sydney was just one of numerous flashpoints at pro-Palestinian rallies around the world, which has raised concerns about antisemitic hate towards Jewish communities.
A weekend meltdown full of conspiracies and threats is now a routine occurrence for the billionaire Twitter owner.
Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine is being linked with 1 in 10 attacks on Jewish people, new research has found.
Earlier this week, Musk attacked George Soros, who he compared to X-Men super villain Magneto, and said he wanted to “erode the very fabric of civilization.”
“60 Minutes” described the far-right congresswoman as having a “sharp tongue,” and possessing a “brazen gutsiness.”
Antisemitic tweets have more than doubled since Elon Musk took over the platform, a new study found. Its automated response wasn’t a good look.
The Goyim Defense League, or GDL, has been banned from almost every social media site. But videos of their stunts find a way online anyway.
An Ohio couple has been unmasked as leaders of the neo-Nazi “Dissident Homeschool” Telegram channel that distributes lesson plans to 2,400 members.