Citizens of Egypt vote for their president in the country's historical first free election. In the Red Sea coastal city of Hurghada, voter turn-out appeared to be slow as residents customarily wait for the last day.
Celebrations in the streets of Hurghada on the Red Sea coast, at the resignation of President Mubarak. Hundreds came out to celebrate the news that decades of rule had come to an end. Hurghada, Egypt. 11/02/2011
Muslims in the Red Sea coastal city of Hurghada, Egypt, gather at the Hurghada Marina Mosque to attend the ritual Eid ul-Fitr prayer marking the end of the annual month-long period of fasting and worship known as Ramadan.
Failed settlement negotiations in the Red Sea port city of Hurghada, led United Company for Marine Lines owned Almottahedah-1 crew members and their attorney, Said Mamdouh Abdel Maksoud, to take their case to the streets.
On Saturday, May 12, 2012 Sheikh Muhammad Salah of Huda TV ("Focus on Gaza" for Huda TV - http://youtu.Be/dRe_M0YlUEw) and American revert to Islam, Sheikh Yusuf Estes, visit the resort city of Hurghada, Egypt to share in a discussion on Islam.
In an ongoing effort to educate Muslims and non-Muslims alike about the truths found in the religion of Islam, Al-Azhar University trained Dr. Muhammad Salah continued a series of discussions in the Egyptian tourist city of Hurghada.
To celebrate Valentine's Day a street party was held in Hurghada with an 'I Love Egypt' theme, to thank the tourists that have kept coming to Egypt throughout the recent political events. Hurghada, Egypt, 14/02/2011
As hundreds of thousands demonstrated throughout Egypt in protest of President Morsi's recent power grab, hundreds more, led by the 6th of April Youth Movement's Red Sea group in Hurghada, marched in solidarity.
In Monday's newspaper, headlines declare that on Sunday, June 24, 2012, in the Republic of Egypt's first ever free and democratic presidential campaign, the people of Egypt elected Dr. Mohamed Morsi as President.