Israel Hamas War: Nikki Haley came out in support of Israeli army, wrote on the rocket – finish it

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The former White House nominee was accompanied by former Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon. Haley’s move comes amid a devastating military offensive in Gaza that has resulted in the deaths of more than 36,000 Palestinians, including an estimated 15,000 children.

Former Republican presidential candidate and former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley sparked a controversy during her visit to Israel. While visiting Israel’s northern border with Lebanon, Haley placed a sign on an Israeli artillery shell with the inscription Finish them off!

The former White House nominee was accompanied by Israel’s former Ambassador to the United Nations, Danny Danon. Haley’s move comes amid a devastating military offensive in Gaza that has resulted in the deaths of over 36,000 Palestinians, including an estimated 15,000 children. Israel’s recent bombing of a camp for displaced Palestinians in Rafah drew global condemnation. The White House, the office and residence of the US President, condemned the killing of a large number of people in Israeli air strikes on the Gaza city of Rafah but said it would not change its policy over Israel’s actions.

US National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said Israel had not crossed the threshold set by President Joe Biden for future access to weapons and the US believed it would not launch a large-scale ground invasion of the city. “From what we are seeing, it looks like they are not conducting a major ground operation in the populated area of ​​Rafah,” Kirby said.

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