Here's a few questions...
Any more need for flotillas?
Is this a game changer for Gaza?
Will Israel trust Egypt to police the crossing?
What action will Israel take?
As Haaretz report
Rafah's opening would be a violation of an agreement reached in 2005 between the United States, Israel, Egypt, and the European Union, which gives EU monitors access to the crossing. The monitors were to reassure Israel that weapons and militants wouldn't get into Gaza after its pullout from the territory in the fall of 2005.