Ahmed Hosni Dremly is a writer, interpreter, and English teacher who dreams of becoming a professional journalist. Writing for him is a passion and a way of expressing what he sees and feels. It also enables him to denounce the crimes against the Palestinian people by recounting their wounds, especially the less visible ones, in the mainstream media. He studied English Literature at Al-Azhar University and received a diploma in English language teaching from Al-Aqsa University. He worked as an English language trainer and mentor at his university and at the Login project at the Islamic University of Gaza and other organizations.
Ahmed’s writing has been published at Mondoweiss and Electronic Intifada, and his articles have been translated and published in French and Italian websites and newspapers. One of his essays, about the 2021 aggression on the Gaza, was selected as one of 20 Cinta Gaza Malaysia Prize winners and is being published in a book.