Nikki Haley Writes ‘Finish Them’ On Israeli Shell Days After Rafah Bombing

Nikki Haley Writes ‘Finish Them’ On Israeli Shell Days After Rafah Bombing

The pictures were shared by Israel Parliament Member Danny Danon, who accompanied Haley on her visit to the sites near the northern border with Lebanon.

IANSUpdated: Wednesday, May 29, 2024, 10:39 AM IST
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Tel Aviv: US Republican leader and former envoy to the UN Nikki Haley has been photographed writing 'Finish Them' on an artillery shell of the Israeli Army.

The pictures were shared by Israel Parliament Member Danny Danon, who accompanied Haley on her visit to the sites near the northern border with Lebanon.

In the pictures, Haley was seen kneeling and writing on a shell with a purple marker pen.

Danon wrote in his post, “'Finish Them'; this is what my friend former Ambassador Nikki Haley wrote.”

Nikki Haley's Tour Of Israel

Nikki Haley, likely to be the running mate of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, has been touring Israel for the past two days. She has met the families of hostages in Kibbutz Be’eri and Kfar Aza region where the October 7 Hamas attack happened.

Earlier, Donald Trump’s close associates and foreign policy advisors, Robert O’Brien, former National Security Advisor John Rakolta, and former Ambassador of the US to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Ed McMullen, had recently been in Israel and met Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defence Minister, Yoav Gallant.

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