Despite all the cheap rhetoric and regardless who is controlling the parliament or the new president, Egypt's foreign policies will not significantly change: Camp David will not be touched, tension with Syria will continue and as for Iran, below is an excerpt from Jadaliyya's article "Iranian-Egyptians Relations: A New Dawn?":
Although the January 25 Revolution has provided new impetus for closer Egypt-Iran relations, it remains unlikely, at least in the short term, that ties between these two states will normalize and take upon a more friendly veneer. The baggage of Iran’s immediate post-revolutionary past, the perceived sectarian Shiite character of its policy orientations, and Arab fears of Iran’s intentions—justified or not—will remain major obstacles for Iranian foreign policy elites. Furthermore, the increased economic and political reliance Egypt places on a number of Iran’s arch foes, in particular, Saudi Arabia and the United States places Iran at a significant disadvantage no matter who is in charge in Egypt.