Maikel Nabil Sanad (Activist) Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth

Maikel Nabil Sanad Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Maikel Nabil Sanad is an Egyptian political activist, blogger, and a former political prisoner. He became famous in 2010 for refusing to serve in the Egyptian army, then in 2011 for his role in the Egyptian revolution.

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Maikel Nabil Sanad Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth 1 October 1985
Birth Day 1 October
Birth Years 1985
Age 35 years old
Birth Place Asyut, Egypt
Birth City Asyut
Birth Country Egypt
Nationality French
Famous As Activist
Also Known for Activist
Zodiac Sign Libra
Occupation Activist

Famously known by the Family name Maikel Nabil Sanad, is a great Activist. He was born on 1 October 1985, in Asyut, Egypt

.Asyut is a beautiful and populous city located in Asyut, Egypt

Egypt.

Maikel Nabil Sanad Early Life Story, Family Background and Education

Nabil was born to a Coptic Christian family in Asyut. In May 2007, Nabil wrote a blog post mentioning that he left Christianity, and that three priests had visited him at home, insulted him, and told him not to spread skepticism in religion among his community. Nabil’s family never accepted his apostasy from Christianity. His father told Haaretz in Oct 2011 that “he would rather see Nabil die than to call him an atheist.”. Later in October 2012, Egypt’s General Prosecutor opened an investigation to decide if Nabil should be charged with Blasphemy because of his writings. Despite his atheism, he has delivered several speeches in several churches and synagogues in Germany and the United States about peace and democracy in the Middle East.

Nabil was an assistant researcher for a professor the University of California in 2008. Nabil obtained his Bachelor in Veterinary Medicine from Asyut University in 2009, then he studied law at Cairo University and Public Policy at Erfurt University. He missed his final exams at Cairo University because he was in prison.

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Maikel Nabil Sanad Net Worth

Maikel Nabil Sanad has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Activist. Popularly known as the Activist of Egypt. He is seen as one of the most successful Activist of all times. Maikel Nabil Sanad Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful French Activist.

Maikel Nabil entered the career as Activist In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Maikel Nabil Sanad’s official Twitter account

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Life Story & Timeline

2013

Nabil, with his movement, supports other conscientious objectors to the military service like Emad Dafrawi and Mohamed Fathi. NoMiService movement also protested in April 2013 for the freedom of the Israeli Conscientious Objector Natan Blanc.

2012

Nabil was pardoned by the military ruling council on 23 January 2012. He spoke of his experiences at the Geneva Summit for Human Rights and Democracy a few weeks later.

2011

In 2011, Nabil emphasized that Egypt’s problems were bigger than the rule of Hosni Mubarak. The problem, he believed, was the 1952 that brought a military government to power.

Nabil was detained several times in Egypt because of his political views and activities. He was arrested on 4 February 2011 by military police and was tortured, but released 27 hours later.

On March 2011, he was arrested again from his home in the Ain Shams neighborhood in Cairo by the military intelligence. He was only able to call his brother the next day to inform him of his arrest. Nabil was sentenced to three years imprisonment on charges of “insulting the military” in his post “The Army and The People Were Never One Hand” by the 10th of Ramadan military court in Nasr City near Cairo on 10 April. Before this, he was imprisoned in a special punishment cell at El Marg prison, which did not allow him any sunlight. In addition, he was placed with common criminal cellmates who threatened him. He also was denied access to decent food and was forced to shower in dirty water and sleep on insect-laden bedding. He suffered severe allergies on all parts of his body due to the insect-laden bedding. Nabil demanded a doctor, as he suffers from unstable blood pressure and a heart condition and needs regular medication and medical attention. He began a hunger strike August 23, 2011. During his hunger strike he suffered two comas and was close to death on numerous occasions.

On 14 December 2011 the Egyptian supreme military court of appeals reduced his sentence to a two-year jail sentence, despite appeals to be freed. A call for a demonstration protesting against Maikel Nabil’s imprisonment was announced through social media to take place on 29 December at the Tahrir Square.

Nabil has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize and for the Reporters Without Borders Netizen Prize. He received the First Freedom Award in 2011 from The International Federation of Liberal Youth (IFLRY), was chosen as the Honorary Writer of year 2012 by Mideast Youth, and was chosen among top Egyptian bloggers by The Daily Beast in January 2013.

2010

Nabil is known for promoting peaceful relations between Egypt and Israel. In his declaration of refusal of the military service in October 2010 he stated: “I’m not ready to carry an arm against an Israeli soldier, obligatory recruited, who defends the right of his country to exist.” Later in December 2010, he wrote the article “Why I’m a pro-Israel”, which was republished later on Al-Tawassul, the Arabic official website of the Israeli Foreign Ministry. when the Egyptian revolution started in 2011, Nabil broadcast a message to Israelis on his YouTube channel, calling Israelis to support the Egyptian revolution, arguing that democratic Egypt will be a friend of Israel. In April 2012 Nabil travelled to Germany to study in Willy Brandt School of Public Policy at the University of Erfurt. In December 2012, he visited Israel and Palestine, and he wrote an article called “Let There be Peace” and he gave public lectures at both Jerusalem and Tel Aviv Universities, and he also visited the PLO in Ramallah.

2009

On 9 April 2009 Nabil founded the No to Compulsory Military Service movement (NoMilService). In October 2010, he declared his conscientious objection, and he wrote a blog post about that, demanding to be exempted from military service. Instead, he was arrested on 12 November 2010 by military police but was released the next day, and finally exempted from service on medical grounds.

2008

Nabil was an assistant researcher for a professor the University of California in 2008. Nabil obtained his Bachelor in Veterinary Medicine from Asyut University in 2009, then he studied law at Cairo University and Public Policy at Erfurt University. He missed his final exams at Cairo University because he was in prison.

2007

Nabil was born to a Coptic Christian family in Asyut. In May 2007, Nabil wrote a blog post mentioning that he left Christianity, and that three priests had visited him at home, insulted him, and told him not to spread skepticism in religion among his community. Nabil’s family never accepted his apostasy from Christianity. His father told Haaretz in Oct 2011 that “he would rather see Nabil die than to call him an atheist.”. Later in October 2012, Egypt’s General Prosecutor opened an investigation to decide if Nabil should be charged with Blasphemy because of his writings. Despite his atheism, he has delivered several speeches in several churches and synagogues in Germany and the United States about peace and democracy in the Middle East.

1985

Maikel Nabil Sanad (also transcribed as Michael  Egyptian Arabic: مايكل نبيل سند ‎, IPA: [ˈmɑjkel næˈbiːl ˈsænæd] ; born in 1985 in Asyut), is an Egyptian political activist, blogger, and a former political prisoner. He became famous in 2010 for refusing to serve in the Egyptian army, then in 2011 for his role in the Egyptian revolution.