video 🎧🌍🇪🇬 Boshret Kheir – Egyptian song from the revolution making people dance around the world
Joyfully dancing to Boshret Kheir song from Egypt during Zumba dance class in Romainia (source: YouTube)
Boshret Kheir song 2014 from Egypt, performed by Hussein Aljassmi from UAE (source: YouTube)
Boshret Kheir song from Egypt (source: YouTube)
Egyptian women showing pride in voting in the 2014 constitutional elections, seen in this photo with ink stained fingers after voting in post-revolution elections.
Egyptian Revolution Tahrir Square celebrating the ouster of Morsi in 2013, Al-Ahram
Egypt Revolution Sky Camera YouTube
Egyptian women during post-revolution democratic votes in 2014
An Egyptian girl painting the Egyptian flag on her face during the 2013 revolution which led to the democratic transformations in Egypt.
Egyptian women during post-revolution democratic votes in 2015
🎵🌍🇪🇬🎉 A song titled Boshret Kheir (means “good tidings” from the Egyptian language) which celebrated the 30th of June revolution in Egypt has spread all around the world with its nice rhythm, happy vibes, and good spirit. The song was performed by UAE’s Hussein Aljassmi and composed by Egypt’s Amr Mostafa. It became a popular dance song in Egypt and all around the world. Here is a Zumba class from Romania dancing over the beats from the Pharaohs’ revolution … such good vibes!! 👍💖 Let’s dance … 🕺💃🎉