SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) - Raouf Tadros was expecting it but he hopes it ends quickly. His biggest fear this becomes a religious war amongst the Christians and Muslims of Egypt.
The Egyptian revolt didn't surprise Tadros when President Mohammed Morsi declared himself supreme ruler with no oversight in November, Tadros, who was born in
Morsi is the first democratic elected president. But he's a Muslim with possible ties to the Taliban and al-Qaeda.
A military coup helped overthrew Morsi who is under house arrest.
Morsi's followers, Muslims are revolting and overnight it turned deadly with two deaths.
“I was expecting that but I was hoping it would be under control. It will be a wait and see situation. Hopefully it will not get too much spread,” Tadros said.
Tadros who emigrated to the
He says jobs are scarce and tourism which is a main source of revenue is down because of the country's instability.