Famous Egyptian Engineers

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Abu Hamza al-Masri
(Civil engineer, Engineer, Preacher)

Abu Hamza al-Masri
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Birthdate: April 15, 1958
Sun Sign: Aries
Birthplace: Alexandria

Abu Hamza al-Masri is an Egyptian cleric who served as the imam of London's Finsbury Park Mosque. He was accused by the British authorities for inciting racial hatred and violence and the court found him guilty in 2006. In 2012, Hamza was extradited to the USA to face terrorism charges. In 2014, he was found guilty of 11 terrorism charges.

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Wael Ghonim
(Computer Engineer)

Wael Ghonim
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Birthdate: December 23, 1980
Sun Sign: Capricorn
Birthplace: Cairo, Egypt

Wael Ghonim is an Egyptian computer engineer and Internet activist best known for his work in the field of social entrepreneurship. In 2011, Ghonim achieved international fame when his emotional interview led to the 2011 Egyptian revolution. The same year, Ghonim was named in Time magazine's 100 most influential people list. He also received the JFK Profile in Courage Award.   

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Essam Sharaf
(Prime Minister of Egypt from 3 March 2011 to 7 December 2011)

Essam Sharaf
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Birthdate: 1952 AD
Birthplace: Giza, Egypt

Essam Sharaf is an Egyptian academic who served as the Prime Minister of Egypt from March to December 2011. From 2004 to 2005, he had also served as Minister of Transportation. The co-founder of the Egypt Scientific Society, Sharaf is also known as one of Egypt's best engineers. He is the recipient of many awards including the Egyptian State Prize.

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Aziz Sedky
(Prime Minister)

Aziz Sedky
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Birthdate: July 1, 1920
Sun Sign: Cancer
Birthplace: Cairo, Egypt
Died: January 25, 2008

Egyptian politician and engineer Aziz Sedky, nicknamed the father of Egyptian industry served as the 36th Prime Minister of Egypt. He launched a five-year industrialization plan as Egypt's Minister of Industry, which was eventually merged into a general five-year development plan. He also served as Deputy Prime Minister for industry and mineral resources, and for production and trade before becoming premier.