Cairo is staged for drama during the shift, as it is positioned at the mouth of the Red Sea into the Mediterranean. The Red Sea will rip apart further during the shift, considerably, creating a void which will draw water from the Indian Ocean and the Mediterranean. In addition to the sloshing that takes place during a shift, these waters will rush in and clash with each other, creating a chaotic situation. Add to this flooding of the River Nile, as all rivers around the world will be pressed beyond their banks. Cairo will find water surging through its streets, coming from all directions, melting soil under tall buildings so they crumble. Those wanting sure survival should go inland into high ground, based on rock, not soft soil, until the shift has passed. In any case, due to being relatively low land, Cairo will be not be above water for long when the existing poles melt.