Al-Jazeera correspondent said that an Israeli tank at the Kerem Shalom crossing fired an artillery shell at an Egyptian army position, while the occupation army said that the incident occurred by mistake and that it is conducting an investigation into the matter.

The correspondent explained that this incident came shortly after the occupation prevented the entry of 17 relief trucks from the Rafah crossing into the Gaza Strip.

Al Jazeera correspondent pointed out that the state of extreme confusion experienced by the Israeli army for two weeks may be behind the cause of the incident, as an explosion was heard before the occupation army bombed the Egyptian site. He said he did not know if there were casualties on the Egyptian side.

A second convoy of aid to the Gaza Strip was due to cross through the Rafah border crossing with Egypt, and the convoy includes 17 trucks that are supposed to enter the Strip after being searched.

The first convoy entered on Saturday and includes 20 trucks, and the entry of that aid comes after an agreement between Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and his US counterpart Joe Biden after taking the green light from Israel to enter that aid.

Cairo blamed Tel Aviv for closing the crossing and preventing any trucks from passing through it because of Israel's shelling of the crossing from the Palestinian side.

The Israeli occupation continues to target Gaza with intensive air raids that destroyed entire neighborhoods, killed 4651,1873 Palestinians, including 1023,14 children and 245,<> women, and injured <>,<>, according to the Ministry of Health in the Strip, and there is an unspecified number of missing people under the rubble.

Some 2.3 million Palestinians live in Gaza and suffer from extremely poor living conditions as a result of the ongoing blockade of the Strip by the Israeli and Egyptian sides since the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) won legislative elections in 2006, the first elections to be held in the Palestinian territories since the Oslo Accords.