The billionaire will meet Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Isaac Herzog as part of his trip.
The deal would release of dozens of hostages held by militants and Palestinians imprisoned by Israel.
“People are facing the immediate possibility of starvation,” said Abeer Etefa, a Mideast regional spokeswoman for the U.N.’s World Food Program.
The Israeli prime minister’s comments come as the Palestinian death toll soars over 11,000.
The term refers to the mass displacement and ethnic cleansing of Palestinians in 1948, as Gaza's residents currently face expulsion from their lands or death.
The Israeli prime minister also called the UN's accusation of war crimes "hogwash," despite now killing more than 11,000 Palestinians in Gaza.
Netanyahu said a cease-fire would only be possible if militants in Gaza release all of the about 240 hostages taken in the deadly Hamas attack on southern Israel on Oct. 7.
The Israeli prime minister once again ruled out the possibility of a cease-fire as the Palestinian death toll continues to rise.
More than two-thirds of Gaza’s population of 2.3 million have fled their homes since the war began.
The restrictions, which also apply to Muslim-majority Kashmir, reflect a shift in India's foreign policy away from its long-held support for Palestinian liberation.