In a communique published by Maan news agency, Habib denounced the delay in the reconstruction of the coastal enclave, devastated in May by 11 days of intense Israeli airstrikes, in which more than 250 people were killed and hundreds were wounded.
In the face of the international pressure, the Israeli State promised after the offensive to allow the entry of basic products, construction materials and money for rehabilitation, but to date, the process has been limited with several justifications.
According to the World Bank, those attacks caused damages worth 570 million dollars.
Habib recalled that the siege against that territory has lasted almost 15 years and warned that if the situation continues, a popular uprising will occur.
Habib’s remarks coincide with press reports about the decision by the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), which controls the strip, to end the truce due to Tel Aviv’s failure to comply with the agreements reached.