Who is Mohamed​ Soltan?


Mohamed Soltan is a 27 year old Egyptian American citizen and prominent peace activist.  He grew up in Kansas City, moved to Detroit for high school, and finished his Economics degree from the Ohio State University.  Mohamed led many activities while on and off campus the past years.  He was the president of the Muslim Student Association at OSU, organized youth events in the community, and was involved in many charitable events.  His activism led him to be involved on Medical Aid convoys to the Middle East. Most recently, in 2012, he went to the outskirts of Jordan where he assisted in delivering Aid to Syrian Refugees.  Mohamed's dedication to both his identities, American and Egyptian, have shown through in his activism.  His dedication to his American identity led him to stay active in local community work in Columbus, Ohio.  His dedication to his Egyptian identity led him to leave Ohio State for a semester and postpone his graduation in order to join millions of Egyptians who called for the ouster of the long standing dictator Hosni Mubarak.