Mohamed Fahmy at the Toronto Reference Library: Tickets Available

The award-winning Egyptian-Canadian journalist and author, Mohamed Fahmy, appears in conversation with Toronto Star’s National Security reporter Michelle Shephard.

  • As the Egypt Bureau Chief of Al Jazeera International, Mohamed Fahmy captured world attention when he was arrested in December 2013. He was incarcerated for over 400 days — including a month in solitary — alongside ISIS terrorists and some of the most hardened Jihadists in the Middle East in Egypt’s maximum-security prisons.
  • In September 2015, Fahmy was pardoned by the Egyptian government and regained his freedom.
  • Hear his story.

The ESA Library has four (4) tickets – two pairs – to give away to hear Mohamed Fahmy at the Appel Salon at the Toronto Reference Library on Monday November 2nd, from 7pm – 8:30pm.

This event is SOLD OUT, so if you don’t already have tickets this is your only opportunity.

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Find the details about the event at this link.