There is a possibility that a minute amount of humanitarian aid will be allowed into Gaza on Friday.
US President Joe Biden, who is in the occupied lands, says Egypt will open the Rafah crossing for the passage of up to 20 aid trucks.
However, this will not be enough for an enclave that has been under a Zionist siege for nearly 17 years.
Gaza is in need of among others food, medicines, medical equipment and fuel. Hospitals have to treat thousands who have been injured in the US backed Israeli aggression on Gaza.
More than 2400 Palestinians have been massacred and close to a half a million have been internally displaced as Israel has bombed homes and flattened neighbourhoods.