Egypt Agrees To Allow First Aid Trucks Into Gaza As Palestinians Reel From Hospital Blast
Egypt has agreed to allow aid trucks into Gaza as anger rises globally over Israel’s siege of the isolated enclave in response to the brutal, coordinated Hamas attacks nearly two weeks ago.
The relentless bombardment of Gaza by Israel has sparked growing protests across the Middle East and heightened fears that the war could spiral into a wider regional conflict.
The United States President Joe Biden, has disclosed that his Egyptian counterpart Abdel Fattah el-Sisi had agreed to open the Rafah crossing into Gaza for humanitarian aid, the only one not controlled by Israel.
Up to 20 trucks from an aid convoy waiting for days at the closed border gate would be allowed into Gaza, and also, The roads near the crossing, pocked with craters from Israeli airstrikes, will have to be fixed before the trucks can pass, he said.
He added that work could be done over eight hours on Thursday before the first aid deliveries on Friday.

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