CAIRO - The entry of aid and fuel trucks for the Gaza Strip at Egypt's Rafah crossing halted on Friday, Egyptian security and aid sources said, as Israel resumed its military campaign following a week-long truce.

The quantity of aid delivered through the Rafah crossing had increased during the truce, though aid officials said it was still far less than what was needed.

Rafah has been the only entry point for humanitarian relief destined for Gaza, with deliveries beginning on Oct. 21, two weeks after the start of the war.

(Reporting by Yusri Mohamed and Ahmed Mohamed, Hassan Writing by Aidan Lewis Editing by Gareth Jones)