Umm Khaldoon, whose son had been sentenced to years in PA security prisons, expressed joy over the Egyptian protests.
"The Egyptian regime played a major role in supporting the PA security militias, which have abducted and tortured our people," she said.
"The regime backed the resolve of the Abbas authority and militias when brokering reconciliation issues during disputes between Fatah and Hamas," she said.
"The end of the unjust regime in Egypt will accelerate the end of the Abbas authority and militias," she went on to say.
Abu Mohammed Ishtayeh, a taxi driver, said as he follows details of the Egyptian revolution he is reminded of the first Palestinian Intifada (uprising) in 1987. He expressed admiration for the Egyptians and their discipline in maintaining their rights.
"The Palestinians taught the world to rise up against injustice. Their turn will come to rise against Abbas and his unjust militias."