This study delves into the multifaceted realm of humanitarian aid to Gaza, scrutinizing how aid to Gaza has been politicized, in comparison to aid received by Israel and other forms of foreign assistance, such as military aid. This paper highlights the discrepancies in humanitarian aid to Gaza and the political undertones that shape them and recommends a reformation of aid paradigms, advocating for a humanitarian ethos that transcends political objectives and truly addresses the urgent needs of affected populations. It argues that as the war on Gaza continues, aid should also be designed to be easily integrated into any future social protection system in the post-conflict setting and cover all Gazans, considering the scope and magnitude of the social and economic damages caused since October 2023.

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