Arminians typically contend that whatever God commands, God desires. Otherwise, God would be insincere.
However, that generates a dilemma. On the one hand, the law of God contains the death penalty for various crimes. Likewise, God commands the death of Canaanites.
Therefore, by Arminian logic, God desires the death of sinners. Not all, but many.
On the other hand, Arminians constantly cite verses like Ezk 18:23 to prove that God does not desire the death of sinners.
So which horn of the dilemma will Arminians go with? If God desires whatever he commands, then God desires the death of sinners–for he frequently commands their execution.
But if God does not, in fact, desire the death of sinners, then you can’t infer his desire from his command.