FILE - In this Saturday, June 30, 2012 file image released by the Egyptian Presidency, newly-elected Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi waves to guests after giving an inaugural address

 

              FILE - In this Saturday, June 30, 2012 file image released by the Egyptian Presidency, newly-elected Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi waves to guests after giving an inaugural address
FILE - In this Saturday, June 30, 2012 file image released by the Egyptian Presidency, newly-elected Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi waves to guests after giving an inaugural address at Cairo University in Cairo, Egypt. Morsi may go down in history as the only head of state who took the oath of office three times within a 24-hour timeframe he recited it symbolically at Tahrir, did it formally before the constitutional court the next and again several hours later in his Cairo University address. Much of what Morsi has done and said over the past week was aimed at allaying the concerns of liberals, women and minority Christians that he will inject more religion into government or even turn Egypt into an Islamic state. (AP Photo/Mohammed Abd El-Maaty, Egyptian Presidency, File)