Nobel Peace Prize winner and head of the opposition Egyptian Constitution political party, Mohamed El Baradei, third left, shakes hands with Bishop Bakhomious, the acting head of the Coptic Church, during an elaborate ceremony, in the Coptic Cathedral in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012. Tawadros did not address the televised ceremony, but had a brief speech read on his behalf by one of the church's leaders in which he pledged to work for the good of Egypt, with its Muslims and Christians alike. Pope Tawadros II, 60, is seen, second left. (AP Photo/Sami Wahib)

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Nobel Peace Prize winner and head of the opposition Egyptian Constitution political party, Mohamed El Baradei, third left, shakes hands with Bishop Bakhomious, the acting head of the Coptic Church, during an elaborate ceremony, in the Coptic Cathedral in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012. Tawadros did not address the televised ceremony, but had a brief speech read on his behalf by one of the church's leaders in which he pledged to work for the good of Egypt, with its Muslims and Christians alike. Pope Tawadros II, 60, is seen, second left. (AP Photo/Sami Wahib)
Nobel Peace Prize winner and head of the opposition Egyptian Constitution political party, Mohamed El Baradei, third left, shakes hands with Bishop Bakhomious, the acting head of the Coptic Church, during an elaborate ceremony, in the Coptic Cathedral in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012. Tawadros did not address the televised ceremony, but had a brief speech read on his behalf by one of the church's leaders in which he pledged to work for the good of Egypt, with its Muslims and Christians alike. Pope Tawadros II, 60, is seen, second left. (AP Photo/Sami Wahib)
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