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Yameen Khalil is currently a supervising physician in primary care working for the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) in Oklahoma, U.S. Prior to working in the VA he has done research in medical genetics and anesthesia. He currently serves as Chairman of the Muslim Writers Guild of America.

 

Sardar Anees Ahmad

Sardar Anees Ahmad is currently serving as co-Chariman of the Muslim Writers Guild (MWG). He is in-charge of MWG International Development, as he works to develop and improve MWGs in various countries across the globe. Sardar also served as Chairman of MWG USA from 2010-2012.

 

 

 

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Umar Ahmed is currently pursuing a Masters of Health Administration at Texas State University. He serves as co-Vice Chairman of the Muslim Writers Guild of America, his main duties include recruiting and encouraging writers as well as      editing letters to editors. Umar’s hobbies include reading and hiking.

 

 

 

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Labeeb Ahmad
 is a freshman at Kent State University’s BS/MD 6 year program. He currently serves as a Vice-Chairman of the Muslim Writers Guild of America He has been published in various local, state, and national newspapers. He is also a secretary of the Cleveland Chapter of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association. His hobbies include reading interfaith dialogue, writing, and playing basketball.

 

Samar Ahmad

Samar Ahmad is a 4th-year premedical student at the Ohio State University majoring in Psychology. He has been published in various newspaper across Ohio, and is currently serving as a Secretary of the Muslim Writers Guild of America. His hobbies include sports and playing basketball

 

 

Safeer Ahmaimg_1285d is a 2nd year premedical student at the Ohio State University majoring in Neuroscience. He has been published in various newspapers across Ohio and Muslim Writer’s Blogs. He is currently serving as Secretary of the Muslim Writers Guild of America. His hobbies include volunteering, movies and television, and playing basketball.

 

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Adnan Ahmed is a graduate of the Ahmadiyya Institute of Islamic Studies of Toronto. He is currently serving as Imam of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Pittsburgh, and is a Content Editor for the Muslim Writers Guild of America.

  • I am ME

    Nayyar Ahmed wrote an opinion letter to my local newspaper eloquently explaining how Muslims are not terrorists. He explained misguided youth and the predatory nature of the extremist recruiter.
    I think it is very important to delve deeper and explain the poverty stricken life’s and vulnerability of these preyed upon youth who are, my guess, just looking for truth. While I see many people awakening and asking questions the general public is so busy doing there best to just live that they will continue to accept agenda driven, greed loving, news organizations to keep them dimly illuminated. AND!, it is not their fault. This game has many moving parts.
    Back to my odd thoughts. I see a terrorist blowing his self to Allah but couldn’t muster 1 victim? Another who kills 10-12 in the same packed stadium… I have been to stadiums all over america… I sit thre thinking how I could take an easy 500 with lil effort and why do these “supposed terrorist” fail so miserably..??.
    Having a teenage son helps me see. These cowards won’t even fight their own war. They are using misguided youth.
    Educa the at risk populations and speak more about this TRUTH. It will help.
    Thanks