"I am against foreign intervention by force in what happens in Syria," Morsi said in an interview with American television PBS on Monday.
"I do not condone this and I think that it is a big mistake if it happens," he added through an interpreter. "Egypt does not agree to this."
The Egyptian president noted that his proposed diplomatic quartet which includes Egypt, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Turkey could find a diplomatic solution to the 18-month-old unrest.
"You cannot solve the problem without those countries which intervene in the problem. The stakeholders are the ones who sit down together to solve the problem," he said.
The Syrian government accuses the governments of Saudi Arabia and Turkey of arming insurgents in the country.
The Egyptian president said that he seeks to hold a meeting with the leaders of the three other states in the Syria group on the sidelines of UN General Assembly meeting in New York to discuss the Syria unrest.
The link of the rapid spread outside of mainland China to a single case raises concerns that the two confirmed and multiple suspect cases linked to Saudi Arabia may represent a similar situation. The SARS-CoV from the 2003 outbreak had been infecting patients in Guangdong Province in late 2002, but the Hong Kong physician precipitated the global expansion, raising concerns that the upcoming Hajj in Saudi Arabia may pose a significant world health risk.