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Ezzeldin Shukri Fasher, Egyptian writer. He has published six novels: “The Exit Door: Ali’s Message of Unexpected Joy” (2012), “A Hug at the Brooklyn Bridge” (2011), “Abu Omar al-Masry” (2010), “The Intensive Care Room” (2008), “The Travels of the Pharaohs.” (1999) and "The Murder of Fakhruddin" (1995) His third novel (The Intensive Care Room) received strong attention from critics and audiences alike, and was nominated for the Arab Booker Prize (the longlist), sparking interest in Fischer's literary work, which was even obscure. At that time, his first two novels were reprinted more than once.His novel (Embrace at the Brooklyn Bridge) was nominated for the Booker Prize in the 2012 cycle (short list) and received great attention from critics and the public, and critical reviews were written about it in many Egyptian and Arab newspapers.In April 2011 The transitional government appointed him as Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Culture in Egypt, but he resigned four months later, saying that he “preferred a seat of writing than a seat of power.” Dr. Fischer has dozens of articles on the political and social situation in Egypt and the Arab world, published in Egyptian, Arab and German newspapers and periodicals. Canadian and American since 1987. He also published a book titled “On the Day of Judgment.” "Yen Al Asif" on the Egyptian revolution in 2012 includes some of his articles. He is currently a professor of political science at the American University in Cairo. Graduated Dr. Fischer from Cairo University in 1987, then he obtained an International Diploma in Public Administration from the National School of Administration in Paris in 1992, then a master’s in international relations from the University of Ottawa in 1995 for his thesis on the concept of hegemony in the international system, and then he obtained a doctorate in political science from the University of Montreal in 1998 for his thesis on modernity and governance in the international system. Also the work of Dr. Ezzedine Shoukry Fashir was a diplomat in the Egyptian Foreign Ministry and the United Nations until August 2007, when he devoted himself to writing and teaching. friendship. Fischer is married and father of three