Egypt's beach tourism is slowly being destroyed, according to some worried experts. The nation's travel industry has long been one of the country's most important sources of income but 17 months after Hosni Mubarak's political fallout, many in the travel industry there are worried new president Mohamed Morsi wants to Islamize tourism in the long run. This has some of Egypt's tourism businesses--especially the Red Sea resorts--doubly worried since numbers have greatly fallen due to political instability in the region the past year.
Some of my favorite beaches in the world are in Muslim countries. And many of them still don't like to see Westerners in their bikinis or speedos (haha) on the sand, but most local resorts will provide some sort of guidance as to what's appropriate or not. I just think that taking away some elements that were already in practice will bring a rough time to both travelers as well as those whose jobs depend on them.