Haley: Tag Hamas Sympathizers for Future Employers

(LibertySociety.com) – Following the deadly attack against Israel by Hamas on October 7, some student groups at American colleges have shown support for the terrorist organization. Widespread scrutiny ensued from lawmakers and CEOs of large corporations, with some calling for the identification of students who signed on to statements blaming Israel for the attack. Former Ambassador to the United Nations and 2024 Republican presidential primary candidate, Nikki Haley, believes that anyone who has shown support to Hamas should be publicly identified. During an interview on Fox News, she explained that companies do not want employees who hate America.

Haley reminded viewers that Hamas killed 33 Americans and took around 20 American hostages. She said that anyone who supports that is “dangerous to our country,” adding that every name and face “needs to be published.” Haley also discussed the corruption within the United Nations (UN), detailing her experiences during the Trump administration. She advised against recommending a split from the UN because the United States has veto power. Giving that up would allocate more power to China and Russia. Haley was also supportive of former President Trump’s decision to pull out of the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2020.

Fox News host Sean Hannity asked Haley about her thoughts on President Erdogan of Turkey, suggesting that he has taken a radical stance in response to the Hamas attack. Haley agreed and said that Turkey has distanced itself from the United States in recent times. Erdogan reportedly expressed support for Hamas and criticized Israel for its alleged war crimes since the conflict began. The Turkish foreign ministry brushed off claims of antisemitism and blasted those who criticized Erdogan. The ministry said that the Turkish government had a clean track record regarding the conflict in comparison to other nations that offer unconditional support to Israel. The war has raged on since the day of the terrorist attack, with the UN claiming that Israel is close to committing genocide against the Palestinians.

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