Nameer Ahmad Bhatti

AuthorNameer Ahmad Bhatti

Nameer Bhatti is currently serving as Finance secretary for MKA for the Philadelphia chapter. Nameer graduated with honors from Villanova University with a degree in Accountancy and Finance. He is currently employed as an accountant and is a licensed CPA in the state of Pennsylvania. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his family, reading, and writing in the defense of Islam in order to spread its true teachings.

Letter: Comey testimony shows him to be American patriot

Originally Published in The Ambler Gazette To the Editor: I had the opportunity to watch James Comey testify in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee. After watching him I saw a man who was honest, straight-forward, and just. Despite all that has occurred in the last few months, he kept his cool and stuck to the facts, giving the committee all the information that he could give. This reminds...

Bombing is not the Islamic way

I am truly horrified by the barbaric attack in Manchester, England (“Terror probe widens to 2 continents,” Thursday). No human being of any religion could condone killing innocent young people. Just a few weeks ago, I was in the United Kingdom, where I learned about true Islam from the Khalifa of Islam, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad. He has always preached that Muslims show love and...

All faithful condemn hatred

Originally Published in The Washington Times on March 2nd, 2017 As a Muslim I condemn the cruel recent vandalism on a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia (“Outpouring of community help for vandalized Jewish cemetery,” Web, Feb. 28). Ahmadi Muslims, of which I am one, are guided by the khalifa of Islam, Hazart Mirza Masroor Ahmad. He reminds us how the Prophet Muhammad was against all forms of anti...

LETTER: Regarding vandalism of religious building

Originally published in The Ambler Gazette Regarding vandalism of religious building To the Editor: As a Muslim I condemn the senseless vandalism at a Jewish religious building in Northeast Philadelphia. My faith tells me that it is my duty to respect all religions and to protect all places of worship. In the Quran it clearly states “…And if Allah had not repelled some people by means of others...

Kathleen Kane brings shame upon PA

Originally published in Montgomery News I feel so much shame being a resident of Pennsylvania, because this past week I learned my attorney general is a criminal. This is shocking to me because her message during her campaign was, “I am not a politician, I am a prosecutor.” I can’t help but think of the example of leadership of the Prophet Muhammad. Muhammad is considered by Muslims as the best...

Guidance for the righteous

Originally published in the the Montgomery News I am deeply saddened at the horrific shooting that occurred in San Bernardino. It is a tragedy that so many lives were lost, all in the name of Islam. Farook and Malik were said to be deeply religious. I too consider myself deeply religious. Unlike them I follow Islam. I follow Islam where it states clearly in the Quran “that you slay not the soul...

Guidance for the righteous

Originally Published in Montgomery News To the Editor: I am deeply saddened at the horrific shooting that occurred in San Bernardino. It is a tragedy that so many lives were lost, all in the name of Islam. Farook and Malik were said to be deeply religious. I too consider myself deeply religious. Unlike them I follow Islam. I follow Islam where it states clearly in the Quran “that you slay not the...

Harmony, not strife

Originally posted in Philadelphia Enquirer Recently, I traveled with 200 of my Muslim brothers in the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association from across the country to London to visit the head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Mizra Masoor Ahmad. He advised us to return with a message to encourage people to establish a relationship with their God. He also advised us to proactively share the true...

Where are the real Muslims?

Originally published in Montgomery Media, Philadelphia Inquirer and The Washington Times Ramadan is a time for prayer and self-reflection for Muslims around the world. However, as I end my second week of Ramadan, looking at the news stories I can’t help but ask, “Where are the real Muslims?” There is a Muslim who is claiming to be the Caliph of Islam, but his followers will kill anyone who does...

Muhammad wouldn’t condone Boston bombing

Originally published in The Washington Times April 15 usually reminds me as an accountant of taxes, but this year I remembered the horrific events of the Boston Marathon tragedy, where Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, claiming to be Muslims, mercilessly harmed more than 260 people. As a Muslim, I cannot understand how any Muslim could be so vicious. In his lifetime, the Prophet Muhammad showed...