Riled up by the Israeli attack on the international aid flotilla to deliver humanitarian assistance to Gaza (i.e. with Cairo's hand forced by Netanyahu), Egypt is opening its border to Gaza.
President Hosni Mubarak ordered security at the Rafah border crossing to allow aid to enter Gaza, and to let Gazans in need of medical treatment to leave.
The move follows Israel's violent interception Monday of 10,000 tons of supplies bound for Gaza aboard an international aid flotilla.
Egypt, for the most part, has kept its border with the Palestinian territory closed since Hamas militants came to power in 2007. - Voice of America news.