It appears that despite being under constant rocket barrages, Israel allowed some 33 truckloads of food to Gaza, including "15 trucks of dairy products and frozen meat destined for the private sector and 18 others shipping aid for UNRWA and international organizations."
Rafah, however, seems to be enjoying a bazaar atmosphere as the starving Palestinian Arabs are freely selling food, clothing, TVs and motorcycles. Arutz-7 shows a series of photos, including these:
But while Gazans can feel free to publicly sell their smuggled goods, their leaders are a bit less likely to be seen in public. Hamas leaders are in hiding in underground bunkers out of fear of Israeli airstrikes against them.
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