Almost certainly one of the runoff-candidates will be MB's Morsi. Don't panic.
Let's keep this in perspective. The MB is not
going to stone adulterers or make women quit their jobs and wear burqas. That would be Al-Nour.
As for MB (or, in Egyptian elections, the Freedom and Justice Party):
On launching the new party, the Muslim Brotherhood confirmed that it did not object to women or Copts serving in a ministerial post (cabinet), though it deems both "unsuitable" for the presidency. The group supports free-market capitalism, but without "manipulation or monopoly". The party’s political program would include tourism as a main source of national income.
The Freedom and Justice Party will be based on Islamic law, "but will be acceptable to a wide segment of the population," said leading MB member Essam al-Arian. The party’s membership will be open to all Egyptians who accept the terms of its program. The spokesperson for the party said that "when we talk about the slogans of the revolution – freedom, social justice, equality – all of these are in the Sharia (Islamic law)." There is rivalry between the Freedom and Justice Party and the Salafis, who regard the Freedom and Justice Party as having 'watered down' its values.
It's more or less the Islamic equivalent of Christian democracy.
No CD party in Europe wants to reinstate the Inquisition or revive the Crusades. (And no sensible Egyptian wants to get so
nasty with Israel that U.S. aid dries up -- I understand we give roughly equal amounts to both countries.) And we have more than a few Republicans
in the U.S. (not the majority of them, I think, not any more) whose gorge would rise at the thought of a female POTUS or a non-Christian POTUS. What's sauce for the goose is sauce for the shwarma.