Nikki Haley advocates for the relocation of one million Palestinians from Gaza, even though a significant percentage (over 68%) of the population there supports terrorist attacks against Israel – The Gateway Pundit.

Title: Florida Governor Opposes Absorbing One Million Palestinians Displaced in Israeli Conflict

In a recent statement, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis expressed his opposition to the United States absorbing the approximately one million Palestinians who may be displaced in the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas. This stance has sparked a heated debate among politicians, with some advocating for the acceptance of Palestinian refugees, while others, including Governor DeSantis, urge caution in light of Hamas’ influence and the support for terror attacks among certain segments of the Palestinian population.

The conflict between Israel and Hamas escalated ten days ago when Hamas fighters crossed the border into Israel, resulting in the killing of 1,300 innocent Jews. This incident has been cited as the largest slaughter of Jews since World War II. Subsequently, over 200 people were taken hostage by Hamas and brought back to Gaza. Among those held captive are individuals from 41 countries, including young adults attending a dance party. These events have fueled the ongoing debate surrounding the acceptance of Palestinian refugees in the United States.

Governor DeSantis’ Opposition:
Governor Ron DeSantis voiced his opposition to absorbing the Palestinian population within the United States. Citing concerns about Hamas’ rule and the potential threat posed by individuals sympathetic to terrorist organizations, DeSantis argues that the US should exercise caution in granting refuge to Palestinians. He asserts that many Palestinians do not wish to be under Hamas’ control and long for freedom from the terrorist rule. DeSantis’ position has drawn both support and criticism from various politicians and commentators.

Support from Nikki Haley:
Nikki Haley, former US Ambassador to the United Nations, has endorsed the idea of providing housing for up to one million Palestinians from Gaza. Haley argues that a significant portion of the Palestinian population wants to be free from Hamas’ rule, as evidenced by the support for terrorist attacks against Israel being significantly lower among Palestinians. By separating civilians from terrorists, Haley maintains that the United States can accommodate those seeking refuge while ensuring national security.

Debate Over Palestinian Views:
The discussion surrounding the absorption of Palestinian refugees is further complicated by polls indicating support for terror attacks on Israel among segments of the Palestinian population. Polls conducted by the Palestinian Center for Public Opinion (PCPO) in 2014 revealed that 89% of Palestinians support such attacks. These findings illustrate the complexity of distinguishing between civilians and terrorists within the Palestinian community.

Calls for Accepting Palestinian Refugees:
Despite the concerns raised by Governor DeSantis and others, voices within the American left, predominantly led by members of the “Squad,” are calling for the United States to open its doors to Palestinian refugees from Gaza. Representative Jamaal Bowman, a member of the Socialist-Democratic “Squad,” advocates for welcoming refugees from Palestine while emphasizing the importance of careful vetting to exclude members of Hamas.

The debate over whether the United States should absorb one million Palestinians displaced in the Israeli conflict continues to divide politicians and public opinion. While Governor DeSantis expresses reservations due to Hamas’ influence and the support for terror attacks among certain Palestinians, Nikki Haley and others argue that the US should open its doors to those seeking freedom from terrorist rule. As the conflict unfolds, finding a balance between humanitarian assistance and national security remains a key challenge in addressing the plight of Palestinian refugees.