Gaza tribes denounce ‘deceptive’ IOF plan to divide the strip

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GAZA — Recent reports by Hebrew-language newspapers revealed a plan that the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) plan to divide Gaza into areas governed by clans, with responsibility for managing the distribution of humanitarian aid. Gaza's tribes have unequivocally rejected the occupation's scheme, condemning its attempts to assert control over the region, Al-Ghad reported. اضافة اعلان

The Palestinian Tribal Authority in Gaza has responded, vehemently denouncing the occupation's plan and labeling it as deceptive. Akef Al-Masri, the General Commissioner of the Palestinian Tribal Authority in Gaza, criticized the occupation's statements, accusing them of sowing confusion and discord within Palestinian society. He underscored the pivotal role played by Palestinian tribes in the resistance and called for national unity to counteract the occupation's strategic maneuvers.

Al-Masri urgently called for action to halt the humanitarian crisis, ensure the unimpeded flow of aid, and provide shelter for citizens until reconstruction efforts take place. Furthermore, he emphasized the need for national unity, the formation of a unified government, and international intervention to prevent further acts of genocide.

The occupation's proposed plan to distribute aid through local families, known as "Al-Hamayel," is currently under scrutiny. The plan outlines the division of Gaza into provinces, with each major family overseeing a designated sub-district. These families would be tasked with managing civilian life during the transitional period following the conflict.

In a separate development, Prime Minister Netanyahu recently sought input from security officials on the possibility of collaborating with local forces in Gaza for post-war administration.

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