Mohamed Soliman

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Mohamed Soliman
Born محمد سليمان
(1991-07-21) 21 July 1991 (age 23)
Egypt
Residence Cairo, Egypt
Nationality Egyptian
Alma mater Egypt Aviation Academy (B.S.)
Occupation policy commentator
Internet Activist
Political strategist
Known for Al-Midan student Group founder and leader
Political party
Dostour Party ,Al-Midan Student Group
Relatives Dr. Nabil Abd Elfatah (uncle)

Mohamed Soliman (Arabic: محمد سليمان‎) is an Egyptian Student Leader and political commentator and activist known for his criticism of the Mubarak and morsi regimes, his activity during the 2011 Egyptian revolution and leading the Liberal Students to win the Student unions elections in 2013 against the Muslim Brotherhood students.

Background[edit]

Mohamed Soliman was born to a middle-class family on 21 July 1991 in Cairo.Mohamed holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Construction and management from the Egyptian Aviation Academy. and he is an internet entrepreneur and investor.

Early activism[edit]

He was a protester from the Egyptian opposition movement Kefayaat the age of 15 . then, he joined the National Association for Change, and worked on collecting petitions calling for reforming the political system in Egypt.

2011 Egyptian revolution[edit]

he was active during the 2011 Egyptian revolution and its aftermath.

Dostour Party[edit]

Mohamed was a founding member of Dostour Party .he Served as a high Board member representing Youth . he also managed the foreign relations committee for a year.[1] [2] he resigned from Dostour party at October 2013.

Al-Midan Student group[edit]

At the Dostour's party first start, he was elected as the President of the Dostour’s Party Student Office then started founding Al-Midan clubs " existing in 20 public and private universities" . Mohamed oversaw Al-Midan and wide range coalition of liberal students campaign in the 2013 Student union elections against the Muslim Brotherhood students.which Al-midan won majority in most of the Student unions . During his two year leadership in Almidan Student group, Mohamed has voiced his opposition against decisions and statements made by the party’s political committee and has identified himself with significant statements that reflect the opinions of the students (who are the largest supporters of the party) rather than the party’s leaders.[3] Mohamed criticized and attacked AlMidan Affiliate Egypt SU president Mohamed Badran, when badran supported the brutality against the Muslim Brotherhood students.[4]

US-Middle East youth Network[edit]

Mohamed is a campus leader at the US-Middle East Youth Network, which is a platform aims to enrich the debate and exchange of views between American and middle eastern youth about the ongoing political situations.[5]

critic of President Mohamed Morsi[edit]

Mohamed was one of the architects for the 2012 Egyptian protests, to demonstrate against the former president Mohamed Morsi after issuing his constitutional decree.

Al-Midan Engineers[edit]

Mohamed is a founder of Almidan Engineers, a Youth Movement in the Egyptian Engineers Syndicate .


mohamed soliman as a policy commentator[edit]

Mohamed Political Usually writes on Egypt & Middle East Politics in many prominent English and Arabic publications.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ soliman, Mohamed (3 November 2013). "Student Corner: US military aid to Egypt: For whose sake?". http://www.dailynewsegypt.com. Retrieved January 13, 2014. 
  2. ^ Lynch, Sarah (3 October 2013). "Egyptians on all sides skeptical of aid cut". http://www.usatoday.com. Retrieved January 2, 2014. 
  3. ^ AbdAllah, AbdelHalim (25 November 2013). "Head of Egypt’s Student Union under fire". http://www.dailynewsegypt.com. Retrieved January 2, 2014. 
  4. ^ AbdAllah, AbdelHalim (25 November 2013). "Head of Egypt’s Student Union under fire". http://www.dailynewsegypt.com. Retrieved January 2, 2014. 
  5. ^ , (September 2013). "http://www.usmeyouthnetwork.org/campus-leaders.html". http://www.usmeyouthnetwork.org/. Retrieved January 2, 2014.