Here is a Catholic News Service story about the election of a new president in Egypt.
Christians expressed caution about the election of Islamist Mohammed Morsi, the chairman of the Islamic Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party, as Egypt's new president, saying they hope he will follow through on his pledge "to be a president for all Egyptians."For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.
"We have to accept Morsi and now we will see what he will do," said Michel Agram, a 45-year-old worshipper at the Melkite Catholic Church in Cairo's Heliopolis district June 24. "Not all Egypt wants Morsi. You can see that from the results," Agram said of the narrow 882,000-vote margin of victory over Ahmed Shafiq, the last prime minister under ousted President Hosni Mubarak. "I hope he (Morsi) knows this and acts accordingly."
The election of Morsi, 60, has fed fears among Christians and more liberal Muslims that the Islamists will use their political mandate to impose conservative restrictions on dress and behaviour.