Suleiman, Mohamed Ahmed is the head and founder of the Hellenic Institute of Cultural Diplomacy in Egypt.
Mr. Ahmed is an Assistant Professor at the School of Arts, Beni Suef University, Egypt. His main interests are patriarchal theology, medieval Christian philosophy, the history of religion and the religious dialogue between Christianity and Islam. He received his first academic degree in philosophy with (magna cum laude), after obtaining a premaster degree from Cairo University, he joined the Dominican Fathers ‘Convent, therefore, the Jesuit Fathers’ Monastery in Cairo to begin his postgraduate studies. diploma with Jean Pierre Courtess and Christian Van Nispen. He began his doctorate under Esmat Nassar, Joseph D’Amecourt and Catarina Bello in Christian theology. He traveled to Greece and remained for 4 years to prepare his dissertation at the University of Ioannina. During his stay in Greece he worked as an Arabic language teacher for foreigners, as well as an interpreter and translator for the Greek police and the Greek court. He has been officially recognized as a translator and interpreter in the list of international translators and interpreters in Greece. He is also the coordinator of the top scholarship committee at the Ministry of Higher Education in Egypt, as well as the director of international relations at Beni Suef University in Egypt. He has participated and been a coordinator and member of scientific committees in many international conferences and seminars in Europe, he has also worked as a visiting professor at several European universities, Romania, Hungary, Greece, Sweden, Austria and Italy.
Suleiman speaks Arabic, English, French, Modern Greek and Italian. He also has a good knowledge of ancient Greek, Latin and Hebrew. His main post-doctoral research focuses on religious and intercultural dialogue, he is a reviewer and member of the cultural journal InterArtes, and a member of the scientific council of the International Scientific Journal of Religious and Philosophical Studies and Religious Studies, United States of America.
Dr. Suleiman is now a visiting professor at the University of Pavia in Italy, working and teaching in his work on the misunderstandings and misinterpretations that result from the translation of the New Testament from Greek and Latin into Arabic.