the new Cabinet are women (a third seems to have missed the photo op), or that one is in clerical garb? Perhaps, but I'm guessing you noticed how clearly the uniform stands out among all those dark suits. And General Sisi is also Deputy Prime Minister as well as Defense Minister.
None of that is a surprise of course; in fact, since Sisi is one of the few Defense Ministers in recent years not to hold (yet) the rank of Field Marshal, I suspect he might have a promotion coming. [Update: A commenter notes that traditionally the rank is not given to someone without combat experience. Sisi has not served in a war.]
Nor is he the only military man: Air Marshal Reda Hafez, who was the Commander of the Air Force until last year, remains Minister of State for Military Production, the post to which President Morsi named him last August after retiring him and the other senior commanders. That gives him control over much of Egypt's military industry. And the Interior Minister, as usual, is a general in the security forces, Gen. Muhammad Ibrahim, who held the job under Morsi.
Women hold the Ministries of Health, Environment, and the powerful Information Ministry. There are said to be three Christians.