Ayman Mohyeldin

Ayman Mohyeldin

Formal First Name
4/18/1979 - present

Ayman Mohyeldin is an MSNBC anchor. Previously, he was a Middle East-based correspondent for Al Jazeera English where his coverage of the Egyptian revolution and the fall of the Mubarak regime was recognized and praised for its distinction around the world. For five years, Mohyeldin reported from Europe, the U.S., and across the Middle East where he covered major conflicts, including everything from the Arab revolutions, the siege on Gaza, sectarian strife in Lebanon, Israeli politics, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and human rights abuses in the Arabian Gulf.

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Time Magazine named Mohyeldin as one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World in 2011, he has received multiple Emmy and International Media Award nominations, was the recipient of 2011 Cutting Edge Media Award and Argentina's prestigious Perfil International Press Freedom Award.