Ahmed Elsayed is an award-winning editor and co-founder of a social movement that advocated for the social and political transformation of Egypt. He is also a freelance contributor for Egyptian, Arab and international news and media platforms. He is very experienced in conducting qualitative research and has a thorough knowledge of Middle Eastern history and politics, especially relating to Egypt and Syria, as well as of the Jihadi landscape in the Levant. Furthermore, Ahmed has experience in the areas of in communication, marketing, and project management and has outstanding Arabic writing, editing and proofreading skills.
Master’s thesis title
The future of Jihadism? Ahrar al-Sham’s journey of politicisation and ideological reconsideration