The Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, the House of Representatives (HoR), and the High Council of State (HCS) have voiced solidarity with the Palestinian people in their rightful fight against the Israeli occupation forces.
Israel’s Channel 13 said on Sunday afternoon that the number of killed Israelis had reached 600 and the number of injuries was in the neighborhood of 2,000 since the start of clashes.
Dbeibah said in a statement on Saturday that the international community should stop the violations committed by the Israelis, blaming the occupation authorities for the repercussions of the reaction of the Palestinian resistance to the storming and armed operations inside Al-Aqsa Mosque.
The HoR said it sided with the Palestinian people in their quest for freedom and liberation of their land from Israeli occupiers. It condemned what it called “the silence of the Arab” toward the support of the Palestinian Cause, denouncing the double standards of the world as most countries sided with Israeli occupiers and condemned Palestinians for defending themselves, calling them “attackers.”
The HCS also decried the Israeli attacks on Palestinian people and land, voicing support for the Palestinians and calling on the international community to assume its responsibility toward what’s happening by condemning “the atrocities committed by Israel.”