The Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, renewed his rejection of the Israeli occupation forces' aggression against the Gaza Strip and the policy of systematic killing and genocide by the Israelis.

Dbeibah announced in his cabinet meeting in Gharyan city the allocation of 50 million US dollars in humanitarian aid to the people of Gaza as "a sign of solidarity and duty."

This came after the Head of the Presidential Council, Mohammed Menfi, had addressed the Prime Minister, asking for the acceleration of the provision of humanitarian support for the Palestinian people.

Menfi said that the Palestinian Authority's President Mahmoud Abbas had sent him an invitation, urging him to quickly support international organizations such as UNRWA and the Red Crescent via Rafah crossing between Gaza and Egypt, and to support the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank.

On the 34th day of the war on the Gaza Strip, the Israeli occupation army continues its airstrikes on various areas of the Strip, as the number of martyrs since the start of the war has risen to 10,569, including 4,324 children and 2,823 women, while the number of the injured has reached more than 26,000.