Al-Loh said that Egypt has made a decision to open the crossing for three days starting Saturday for students, Palestinians who hold residency in Egypt, and humanitarian cases.
Egypt has opened the Rafah border crossing, the only corridor between the Gaza Strip and Egyptian territory, allowing passage in both directions for three days, the Palestinian Authority said.
For the first time in ten years, the Rafah crossing between Gaza and Egypt is manned by security forces loyal to the national unity government of the Palestinian Authority.
According to the report, "the PA's insistence is created to ensure that Israel can not escape responsibility for the Gaza as its occupying power, even at the expense of Palestinian independence".
The Rafah border crossing connects the Gaza Strip with Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, and it had been nearly completely closed since mid-2013.
In October, the Fatah-backed Palestinian government and rival Hamas reached a political reconciliation agreement after two days of Egyptian-sponsored talks in Cairo, almost a month after Hamas handed administrative powers in Gaza to Fatah and agreed to hold general elections in order to end the decade-long rift between the two groups. The crossing will be closed again on Monday.
All Palestinian factions are due to meet in Cairo next week to discuss ways to move reconciliation forward.
Israel and Egypt have maintained a blockade on Gaza to isolate Hamas.
The European Union, which helped monitor the crossing before the Hamas takeover, says it is sending diplomats to the region to explore "a possible redeployment" of its operation.
It has fought three wars with Israel since 2008 and the blockaded Gaza Strip has seen deteriorating humanitarian conditions.