Ahmed Seada

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Ahmed Seada
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Ahmed Seada
Native name أحمد سعد
Born Ahmed Ragab Abdelmoktader Seada
(1983-03-05) 5 March 1983 (age 33)
Residence Cairo, Egypt
Nationality Egyptian
Alma mater Tanta university

Ahmed Ragab Seada (Arabic: أحمد سعده ‎‎) a human rights activist,[1] a labor leader in the petroleum sector, and occupies the Executive Director[2] of the National Organization of modern human rights and human development in Egypt.

January 25 revolution[edit]

Lecture activist Ahmed Saada about workers and revolution

Last week saw before stepping down a wave of strikes[3] and economic demands spread like wildfire,[4] carrier revolution main demand the fall of Mubarak. On Tuesday, February 8, after the announcement of Suez port workers strike While what was needed reforms besieging Parliament and the Council of Ministers, led by Ahmed Saada more than 4,000 oil workers strike, demanding higher wages and labor guarantees. They were joined by a rapid public transport workers and textile workers and staff and health workers. By Thursday February 10 were strikes have spread from Alexandria to Aswan. And encourages strikers uprising of the masses, raising new economic demands, which has long fought for. They went so far as through direct confrontation of a dictatorship, demanding the fall of the regime.

أحمد سعده

Petroleum workers after the revolution[edit]

"Decades pass without something happen, and there are weeks in which he talked contracts"[edit]

This was the case for tens of years in the petroleum sector, the absence of equality was the theme obvious but Seada exploited uprising workers initiated with workers Petrotrade on February 6, 2011 and distributed data urges wider participation of the workers, causing workers Epsco then workers Botajmasco then workers Syanko to strikers to impose their demands on officials petroleum sector who have tried several ways to circumvent and circumvent their demands, entered sector leaders and officials from the state and the military junta in multiple meetings with Ahmed Saada to find compromises, but triumphed strike after picket lasted for twenty-one days, where workers earn an increase in wages by 375%, to be the biggest victory for the workers' picket in the history of the labor movement in Egypt

Ahmed Seada


After the revolution, increased tension between the workers and the system and here began Ahmed Saada in spreading awareness Worker[5] And political[6] between workers, The role has emerged as one of the Rejectionists to export gas to Israel,[7] On 5 March 2011 he participated in the storming of the State Security building in Nasr City and wrote on one of its walls, leaving his signature: For the first time celebrating my birthday[8]


Was arrested several times, most recently on 3 October 2011 during its solidarity with the people of Duwaiqa in front of the Council of Ministers, Aggression him[9] By military police and smash his telephone[10] And his camera and then Arrested him[11] But was released quickly under pressure from his colleagues.To be the third time that arrested the Saada after his arrest in 2003 when he was a student during his participation in the student demonstrations against for [the invasion of Iraq, and the second time in 2006 where he was arrested during the distribution of CDs attacking the Egyptian role duringwar on Lebanon .

Newspaper articles Ahmed Saada[edit]

Wrote several newspaper articles and research, including:

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Ahmed Seada Condemns the tahrir Events". Sada El-balad. Retrieved 2011-12-16. 
  2. ^ "Ahmed Seada director of the modern organization human rights criticized the policy Tantawi". Sada El-balad. 16 December 2011. 
  3. ^ "Hundreds of thousands of workers continue their strikes and protests". e-socialist site. 9 February 2011. 
  4. ^ "Thousands of employees of Petroleum companies camped in front of the Ministry of Petroleum". petrotrade site. 9 February 2011. 
  5. ^ "Seada establish an independent union of petroleum workers". Aldostor news. 28 August 2011. 
  6. ^ "Ahmed Seada criticized the Minister of Petroleum". tahrir news. 26 September 2011. 
  7. ^ "Ahmed Saada demands an end to export gas to Israel". Sada El-balad. Retrieved 2011-11-18. 
  8. ^ "A first step towards prosecutions?". Al Jazeera. 6 March 2011. 
  9. ^ "Military police assaults Ahmed Saada". Egyptian workers site. 3 October 2011. 
  10. ^ "Nadim Center submit a complaint to the Attorney General in a detention incident labor activist". elbadil. 3 October 2011. 
  11. ^ "Seada submit a complaint to his arrest". alwafd news. 4 October 2011. 
  12. ^ "Ahmed Saada writes: Legend of the army and the people supported one ..". Alhewar. 
  13. ^ "Ahmed Saada writes: Where the conflict takes us?? ..". Alhewar. 
  14. ^ "Ahmed Saada writes: Egyptian revolution may get sick but do not die ..". Alhewar. 
  15. ^ "Ahmed Saada writes: Egyptian society between the current situation and future prospects ..". Elfagr. 
  16. ^ "Ahmed Saada writes: Egyptian revolution awaiting the dawn of democracy ..". Elfagr. 
  17. ^ "Ahmed Saada writes: The revolution will triumph when we destroy that State ..". Elfagr. 
  18. ^ "Ahmed Saada writes: The nightmare of a religious state ..". Elfagr. 
  19. ^ "Ahmed Saada writes: Is the revolution lost compass .. ?? ..". Elfagr. 
  20. ^ "Ahmed Saada writes: revolution and counter-revolution - whichever wins?? ..". Elfagr. 
  21. ^ "Ahmed Saada writes: civil war in Egypt is at stake". Elbedaia. 
  22. ^ "Ahmed Saada writes: Message to the President". Elbedaia. 
  23. ^ "Ahmed Saada writes: Gentlemen Constitution". Elbedaia. 
  24. ^ "Ahmed Saada writes: Egyptian identity, not sectarian". youm7. 6 August 2011. 
  25. ^ "Ahmed Saada writes: Who will be the next god". elfagr. 31 July 2011. 

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