The Head of the Presidential Council, Mohammed Menfi, condemned Tuesday the Israeli occupation’s massacres, the latest of which was the targeting of the Jabalia camp designated by the United Nations as a humanitarian shelter, which is crowded with innocent and defenseless civilians, saying the targeting is a part of practices of revenge and collective punishment as well as defiance of the United Nations resolutions.

Menfi called on X platform for taking unilateral measures to ensure the flow of medical, food, and fuel aid to civilians and hospitals in Gaza, and to protect the headquarters of international organizations in the Gaza Strip. He stressed support for the efforts of Egypt and Qatar to achieve a just and complete settlement of the file of prisoners and detainees in the prisons of the occupation forces.

Meanwhile, the Libyan Foreign Ministry said that the continuation of Israeli crimes against humanity and against the defenseless Palestinian people would lead to dire consequences that the international community could not be able to control.

The Ministry called for an immediate cessation of the Israeli aggression against the Palestinians, noting that the barbaric Israeli aggression defied all provisions of international humanitarian law, and that all those crimes were committed while the parties of the international community were watching with complicity, and deliberate underestimation of the lives of the Palestinian people.

The Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza reported on Tuesday that the death toll of Israeli raids on Jabalia camp “exceeded 400 between martyrs and wounded people” and that many residents of the targeted residential area were still under the rubble.

Eyewitnesses said that a large massacre occurred in Jabalia camp, which has the largest population in the Gaza Strip. They said that an entire residential square was completely destroyed and confirmed that the number of deaths in the Jabalia massacre couldn't be registered due to the fact that hundreds were still under the rubble; most of whom were women and children.