KFC is being smuggled through underground tunnels beneath the Gaza-Egypt border in southern Rafah, The New York Times reported. It's believed that there are hundreds of illegal underground tunnels in Rafah, allowing people to smuggle foods, weapons and now, KFC. Entrepreneur, Khalil Efrangi, 31, started his delivery service through a shop in Gaza called Yamama – Arabic for pigeon. The Gaza Strip has no name-brand fast-food franchises and the transfer of goods and people is restricted. “It’s our right to enjoy that taste the other people all over the world enjoy,” Efrangi said. The delivery of chicken starts at El Arish, Egypt, takes four hours and requires two taxis to pull off. It sells for more than twice the price it would across the border, in Egypt. “The irregular circumstances in Gaza generates an irregular way of thinking,” Fadel Abu Heen, a professor of psychology at Al Aqsa University in Gaza City said.
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