The threat posed by Salafists and other jihadists in the northern Sinai has resulted in Hamas, Egypt and Israel recognizing their mutual interests.
Senior Brotherhood figure Essam El-Erian says that Palestinian group Fatah is seeking to undermine security in Sinai.
Ismail Haniyeh, prime minister of the Hamas government in Gaza, asked the Egyptian government to reconsider the Camp David peace accords.
Libyan Deputy Prime Minister Sadiq Abdul Karim visits Gaza and expresses support for Palestinians.
Egyptian newspapers are covering developments in Gaza and on the streets of downtown Cairo.
Al-Azhar Grand Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayyeb has renewed his call for rival Palestinian factions to achieve reconciliation in order to face Israel as a united front.
Ahmed Tayyeb, Sheikh of Al Azhar, issued a statement calling Palestinian movements Fatah and Hamas to end divisions in order to face greater common challenges.
Members of the Muslim Brotherhood have accused Mohamed Dahlan of orchestrating the 5 August attacks near the Rafah border that left 16 Egyptian soldiers dead.
The Arab Spring is having an affect on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. According to Barghouti, it is also having an affect on internal Palestinian relations.
Ali Gomaa paid a visit to Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque, breaking with decades of opposition by Muslim leaders on traveling to areas under Israeli control.