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Nikki Haley: Terrorism, moral depravity, disgusting. Anger explodes over Nikki Haley’s ‘Finish Them’ statement on an Israeli shell

Nikki Haley: Terrorism, moral depravity, disgusting. Anger

Nikki Haley, an American politician and former Republican presidential candidate hopeful, has received a flood of negative feedback on social media after being photographed writing ‘Finish Them’ on an Israeli rocket shell.

Haley is seen writing her statement on a shell with a purple marker in a picture that was uploaded to the social networking platform X (previously known as Twitter) by former UN ambassador and member of the Israeli parliament Danny Danon.

Israel’s recent bombardment of civilian tents in the Rafah safe zone, which resulted in the deaths of at least 37 people, mostly women and children, has sparked widespread condemnation and criticism from various countries and across social media.

The new photo showing Haley’s support for the Israeli offensive has received negative reactions on social media platforms, including X and Instagram. -Nikki Haley

Israeli Offensive in Rafah

Overnight Israeli shelling and airstrikes on May 28 killed at least 37 Palestinians who were sheltering in tents outside the southern Gaza city of Rafah, with at least 200 more injured.

According to the AP, the inferno at the tent camp has ignited widespread international condemnation, with Even a number of Israel’s closest allies expressing outrage over the military’s improved offensive into Rafah. Additionally, in a sign of Israel’s growing isolation on the global stage, Spain, Norway, and Ireland formally recognized a Palestinian state on Tuesday.

Users on social media rally for Palestine.

All eyes on Rafah was the catchphrase that went viral on social media on May 28 as people from all around the world expressed solidarity for the Palestinians living in the war-torn Gaza city of Rafah.

Iran’s Embassy in India tweeted on X, referring to all eyes on Rafah term as the ongoing slaughter in Rafah, Gaza, where over 1.4 million Palestinians are on the lookout for refuge.

Rafah, which borders Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, is home to more than a million people, or about half of Gaza’s total population. Following what Israel described as a modest invasion into southern Gaza earlier this month, the majority of Gazans left the area. Notably, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) has said that there is no such thing as a secure area in Gaza.

UNRWA stated in a post on X on Tuesday that they were unable to establish complete communication with their team in Gaza, and that Gaza has become hell on earth. Families continue to seek safety, hoping to escape the war, but there is no such thing as a haven in the Gaza Strip.

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Anger at Haley’s photo

Twitter users responded sharply to Haley’s photo, particularly given the timing when civilians constitute the bulk of casualties in Israeli attacks in Gaza.

Global users, Americans, and even Jewish and Israeli users of the social networking platform criticized unconditional support for Israel, labeling it as immoral.

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