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Ahmed Ghanam

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Ahmed Ghanam
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BornEl-Mahalla El-Kubra
NationalityEgyptian
OccupationJournalist
Years active  2010–present
Known forPolitical opinions
Notable workFreedom of Information legislation campaign
Websitewww.ahmedghanam.com

Ahmed Ghanam (أحمد غنام) is an Egyptian journalist, writer[1][2] and politician.[3] He was born on December 18, 1988. He is the founder of "195Sports"[4] News agency. He has several creative works, in addition to his articles and writings in various newspaper and electronic publications.

His life[edit]

Ahmed Ghanam was born to an Egyptian father and mother. He was born at the city of El-Mahalla al-Kubra. He had only two sisters. He worked in various jobs until he went to the press, and then his creativity began to flow.

Study[edit]

Ahmed Ghanam graduated from the Department of Greek and Latin Studies at the Faculty of Arts at Mansoura University. He received a postgraduate diploma in journalism from the same university. He worked as a newspaper editor, and editor in chief at Al-Dustour newspaper,[5] El-Tahalof Gate, Ajel, Hadramout Net, Gulf 365 [dot] com and Al-Wa'am Saudi newspaper.

Works[edit]

Ghanam's works have been published in most Egyptian magazines and newspapers, most notably Al-Hewar Al-Motamaden,[6] Al-Dustour newspaper and Al-Wa'am Saudi newspaper. He also led a campaign to preserve paper press from extinction.[7][8] He also led a campaign to freedom of information legislation.[9][10]

Political life[edit]

Ghanam participated in the revolution of January 25 in 2011, and was one of its leaders at the city of El-Mahalla El-Kubra, and joined Socialist Popular Alliance Party. He worked as a spokesman for the party[11] and was arrested on 25 January 2014[12] but was released after proving that he was not involved in any subversive operations after the intervention of the National Council for Human Rights, and finally moved away from politics.

References[edit]

  1. "Nwf.com: كتابات عبثية: أحمد غنام: كتب". www.neelwafurat.com. Retrieved 2019-06-24.
  2. غنام, أحمد (2017-01-01). رفض (in العربية). ببلومانيا للنشر والتوزيع. ISBN 9789776607194.
  3. ناصف, أحمد فتحي ورفيق (2014-01-25). "بالأسماء| القبض على 10 من أعضاء". الوطن. Retrieved 2019-06-24.
  4. "هيئة تحرير موقع "195 سبورتس"". 195 سبورتس (in العربية). Retrieved 2019-07-05.
  5. "جريدة الدستور | نتائج البحث (أحمد غنام)". www.dostor.org. Retrieved 2019-06-24.
  6. "أحمد همام غنام". www.ahewar.org. Retrieved 2019-06-24.
  7. "الإعلامي أحمد غنام: أزمة الصحافة الورقية تتلخص فى " المحتوي "". جريدة البشاير (in العربية). 2019-06-29. Retrieved 2019-07-05.
  8. "الإعلامي أحمد غنام: المحتوى هو السبب الرئيس في أزمة الصحافة الورقية‎". دنيا الوطن (in العربية). Retrieved 2019-07-05.
  9. "الإعلامي أحمد غنام: قانون تداول المعلومات أضحى ضرورة للأمن القومي" (in العربية). Retrieved 2019-07-05.
  10. "مصر ... دعوة نقيب الصحفيين لاستكمال ما بدأه في لجنة الخمسين بقانون لتداول المعلومات". الجزائرية للأخبار (in العربية). 2019-07-02. Retrieved 2019-07-05.
  11. العربية, مصر. "قيادي بـ التحالف الشعبي: قانون الانتخابات سينتج برلمانًا يحكمه رأس المال". مصر العربية. Retrieved 2019-06-24.
  12. ناصف, أحمد فتحي ورفيق (2014-01-25). "بالأسماء| القبض على 10 من أعضاء". الوطن. Retrieved 2019-06-24.


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