Amr Nabil / AP PhotoSharm el-SheikhProsecutors think the secrets of the fallen leader's fortune may be hidden at his ritzy Red Sea hideout. In this week's Newsweek, Philip Shenon reports on where Mubarak's wealth may be and how it was concealed.02.11.11 9:38 AM ETAmr Nabil / AP PhotoAmr Nabil / AP PhotoSharm el-SheikhOne day after vowing to serve until September, Hosni Mubarak has resigned the Egyptian presidency and fled Cairo to his estate in the resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh, on the Red Sea. Mike Nelson - Pool / Getty ImagesIn June of 2003, Mubarak hosted a Middle East peace summit in Sharm el-Sheikh.J. Scott Applewhite / AP PhotoThe 2003 summit heralded the acceptance of the American-backed "road map," which was designed to lead to an independent Palestinian state by 2005. Uriel Sinai / Getty ImagesIn July of 2005, a series of terror attacks led to a decrease in tourism in Sharm el-Sheikh.Uriel Sinai / Getty ImagesTourists play volleyball with local Egyptians.Salah Malkawi / Getty ImagesTourists walk along a commercial strip in Na'ama Bay, in Sharm el-Sheikh.Salah Malkawi / Getty ImagesThe dance club Pacha.Amr Nabil / AP PhotoThe Four Seasons hotel in Sharm el-Sheikh.Dan Kitwood / Getty ImagesA view of the Old Market in Sharm el-Sheikh.