Libya's Sharia Research and Studies Council says using term gender is "Haram"

The Libyan Sharia Research and Studies Council of the Fatwa House decided to prohibit the use of the term "gender", rendering it as "Haram".

The Council said that, after reviewing the reports referred to it regarding the widespread of the term “gender,” it had decided to ban the use of the term because it contained "meanings that contradict common human nature and the provisions of Islamic law, such as permitting perversion, homosexuality, adultery, abortion, annulment of marriage, divorce, and inheritance, destroying the family, and calling for changing Allah's creation."



Libyan football league to kick off in November

The member of the Executive Office of the Libyan Football Federation, Adel Al-Ojali, confirmed that the Libyan Premier Football League will begin its fixtures next November, with a two-group system.

This confirmation came in media statements by Al-Ojali who was responding to what he described as rumors by media figures who “did not want good for Libyan football,” stressing that the delay in the start of the league was due to several reasons, including the country’s preoccupation with the flood disaster in the eastern region that delayed the qualification results of clubs. 


Libya among countries with highest water intake

Libya has the highest rate of water consumption in the Arab region and the world, estimated at 2,392 litres per capita per day, a recent UN publication reveals.

According to the bulletin, Libya consumes more than 80% of its renewable water resources despite being one of the most threatened countries in the world by water stress.

"Libya uses three times the average per capita consumption in the Arab world," the circular states.


Education Ministry says operating budget for schools has reached 85 million dinars

The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education, Masouda Al-Aswad, said that the operating budget of educational institutions for the new academic year amounted to about 85 million dinars.

Masouda told the government's media platform Hakomitna that the distribution was according to the number of students in each area, indicating that 80% of the schools fulfilled the data and were ready to spend their budget, and that the schools located in 45 areas out of 90 had bank accounts that received their checks. 


WHO delivers medical aid to health centre in Derna

The World Health Organization office in Libya on Monday 
delivered medical aid to the Omar Al-Mukhtar Health Centre in Derna, which was hit by the floods.

The head of the WHO mission, Ahmed Zuwaiten toured the centre During the handover process, the WHO team and its head of mission in Libya toured the centre's departments.

During the handover process, Ahmed Zuwaiten, the head of the WHO mission in Libya, visited the health centre and toured its various departments.


Dr. Mohamed Al-Mashay and the GECOL Blue Army: A Self-Reliant Force in Libya's Time of Crisis

In an era where crisis response often relies on external aid, Dr. Mohamed Al-Mashay and the General Electricity Company of Libya (GECOL), known as the "Blue Army," are setting a new standard for self-reliance and efficiency. This article shines a spotlight on Dr. Mohamed Al-Mashay's leadership and the tireless efforts of the Blue Army, particularly in the eastern city of Derna, which has been devastated by conflict and natural disasters.

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