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Newly sworn in Egyptian president the Muslim Brotherhood Mohamed Morrissey.
Is indicated that he will -- the country's international treaties and not of reassurance to Israel.
There are still concerns however about other members of his government.
Senior White House for affairs correspondent Wendell Goler explains.
After thousands of years as the lead of the -- and decades of their dictators some experts worry that -- experiment with democracy could be brief.
With fitness clubs parties but 'cause there revolution had a -- if they seek to change the societies.
As they happen got -- the fear is that you look at one man one vote one time.
Doctor Cory Shockey feels Mohammed bear C in the Muslim Brotherhood wise owes much to egyptians dislike of the candidates -- most -- Mubarak and with the military.
But the result is that the second largest recipient of US foreign aid is now led by a group that had past ties to the terrorist group Hamas.
And says it may need to adjust the peace treaty with Israel.
And has members -- support Sharia law which could mean fewer rights for women.
No American president can support and each of that calls into question.
The historic treaty between Israel and Egypt.
And no American president can -- supported -- if that doesn't fully recognize women's rights or the rights of religious minorities.
Some experts think Egypt's military will pressure the government to keep the peace treaty with Israel.
And do so without trying to control the government.
They particularly -- -- -- things out because they now he's just had if for some real economic problems and the next year but the brotherhood may be less predictable.
-- promised not to run candidates for parliament or president that ran well in both.
It is also the main opposition group in Jordan and Tunisia and may -- lead Syria after the call Bashir Al Assad.
And while some worry the brotherhood will succeed in Egypt -- worries that he failed to bring security and prosperity and that will bring -- -- here.
That politics can't fix that's the -- way we govern our societies can't fix this you need a violent surgeons.
I fear that that narrative -- once again take hold as people get discouraged and despair.
Doctor -- calls is that the al-Qaeda narrative and Egypt would be its biggest prize.
Jumped Wendell Goler at the State Department force tonight if correct.
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