Salam Yo,

First off, Alhumdulilah (All praise is due to Allah).

I sincerely appreciate each and every one of you supporting my writing work and taking the time out to contact me.  I’ll try my best to get back to you as soon as possible insh’Allah.

Before you email me, here are a few things to remember:

  1. I’m open to partnerships and helping out official non profits build awareness for positive social change.
  2. I don’t promote random business products or services for the Muslim market for free.
  3. If you want me to come out to an event and speak or do an interview , I’d love to explore the possibility.
  4. I love constructive criticism, keep sending it 🙂
  5. Suggest a blog post. Often times on my facebook fan page I get suggestions to write a blog on a variety of relevant topics for self development, feel free to suggest anything that you think maybe beneficial on

Well there you have it, sorry if I wasn’t clear like Windex.

Your brother from another mother,

Saad Ahmad

27 Responses to CONTACT

  1. Mohammed October 11, 2011 at 10:26 pm #

    Salam brother!

    • Farah September 23, 2012 at 8:57 am #

      Please sign the petition at and ask all your friends to do the same.
      We need at least 100.000 to escalate the debate to the national and international courts, parliaments and the UN. We must take effective action against the insulting film made in the US and the cartoons published in France depicting the Holy Prophet Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him. Pass onto all friends, family, colleagues and contacts. Muslim Action Forum is the joint platform of all the leading Muslim organisations, scholars and spiritual leaders, set up specifically for this issue. TAKE ACTION NOW!!!!

      please forward this on your Facebook to your friends and tell them to share this with their friends, forward this on your what’s app, your ping and your other contact/social site.

    • Leen August 6, 2013 at 11:48 am #

      Hi Saad,

      You wrote an article a while back about my toothbrush project (THIS Toothbrush) and I thought I’d follow up and let you know that it’s no longer a student project and is ready for production! We’ve actually revisited the design completely and are now trying to crowd-fund the first round of manufacturing here:

      Hope you’ll share this as a follow-up to the article and help us make it a reality! Thanks


  2. Mohammed October 11, 2011 at 10:31 pm #

    Salam brother!

    I have a question in regards about Islam and the concept of free will. I asked my imam and he really didn't give me a clear cut answer I was looking for so I would like for you to please explain to me the concept of free will. What confuses me is because Allah (swt) knows EVERYTHING and can control EVERYTHING, why did he give us free will? if he knows what we are going to do, why bother with it? Hope that makes sense…haha

    Jazakalla khair!

    • Lett November 27, 2011 at 7:04 pm #

      As Salaamu Alaikum Brother Mohammed,

      No…I'm not Saad…lol But for an overwhelmingly l-o-n-g time I had this exact question. Subhanallah I thought I was the only one! But after much thought I came to a conclusion which eased my pain.

      Allah (swt) gave us the free will or the opportunity to chose between right and wrong, good and evil. Even though Allah already knows and controls everything in the heavens and on earth, He gave us the intellect to make a certain choice. For example, if He places a test upon us, we have our own intentions. Even though we can't completely control what will happen in the future, we do have the control to like, dislike, fight against, or draw near to something.

      I guess it all comes down to what's in our heart. Also how hard we strive for the cause of Allah in the face of difficulty. All we can do is ask for His supreme help and guidance Inshaallah.

      I hope this helps and didn't make it more confusing…

  3. Linah El Nashar January 22, 2012 at 3:02 am #

    Dear brother Saad,

    I really enjoyed reading your blog on shaking hand with the opposite gender. I face i every day, ad God willing I have decided to stop, mabrook for al the deeds your are going to get for me ending this habit. I wanted to had that the frist reason a woman wear her veil is becuase she realizes the capacity of her femininity, that every piece of her is beautiful, letting him touch your hand, is like lettign a hand touch your back, or your face, thank you, you know I alwsy felt really shy when I shook hands with men, and finally I have come to the complete realization of why,

    Brother Saad, I would really like to ask you to talk about your ver of women beautifying themselves outside their house. you that for women not displaying her beauty is a true test. every woman wants to be beautiful, even if she already is, she lives on being beautiful. I cover my hair, but not my face. I dont really wear make up, just ee liner and lipstick, but even I can see how much better I look when I add some color to my face. I want some advice to quit doing that. I know I am already beautiful, and no confirmation from any man mater to me,well I mean, I am lieing ofcourse it does matter, but I dont know how to stop, I feel un polished if i am not atelast wearing a little something. I have tried talking myself out of it, maybe if I hear it from you I will be able to stop.

    Gazak allah kheir

  4. kimmy January 26, 2012 at 7:47 am #

    i love u

  5. Ayuni February 20, 2012 at 1:15 am #

    Assalamualaikum wbt,

    I really enjoyed reading your blog. Keep up the good work! 🙂 But may I suggest you one thing? I'd love to learn sunnah from our beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Siwak, what do Prophet did and did not do. That would be lovely. Thanks. Love from Malaysia.

  6. Safa February 25, 2012 at 10:16 am #

    Salam brother ,

    Thanx for the site ..its simply gr8 .. keep up the gud work .. me also a muslim woman in pursuit of true guidance and wud love to lead a life worthy of Allah (SWT) .. i have a question about plucking eyebrows .. is it allowed .. or is it not ..?? even a little ..?? Do help me in my query ..

    wud love to live as Allah (SWT) 's beloved slave ..

    Will wait 4 de ans ..

    Thank You

    Allah hafiz ..

  7. Sadiq March 16, 2012 at 10:12 am #


    this is a very good site whenever i get the time on it. Have added this site in my favorite group and its 3 yrs now i'm following ur blogs. keep it up.

  8. Rachel April 9, 2012 at 8:39 pm #

    I have enjoyed reading the blogs and the articles here.

  9. Asra Baig May 9, 2012 at 1:19 pm #


    You have mentioned this on you website:

    5.Washing the Ears decreases high blood pressure and …

    May I ask the reference of that? Any scientific study done on this?

    Best Regards,

  10. Blake Black May 31, 2012 at 4:57 pm #

    Hello there.

    If I wanted to advertise a text link on your site, what would it cost?

    Thank you

  11. Ashrob September 11, 2012 at 12:45 pm #

    Selam, I was wondering if you could do a post about muslim teenagers and the struggles they have to go through with everything in society today, including sex and these desires. I know the marriage post you made includes some of that in there but I am in a bad place and although I control myself as much as I can, I do break sometimes and commit those horrible sins. I am still a virgin but it’s been insanely hard staying one. I feel like this is a sin I keep falling into, and I want to fully stop and repent. But being 19 isn’t the easiest.. My hormones are insane and I can’t always control myself. My parents won’t let me marry until I’m out of college, but that’s years away. I’m sick of falling into this trap, what can I do? What can other Muslims do who have problems with porn and zina and etc? Id really like to hear from you. Thank you.

  12. Sarosh Mawani October 8, 2012 at 10:34 pm #

    Hello fellow brothers and sisters,

    Sarosh Mawani, 17 years old, and Aly Panjwani, 15 years old, recently came up with the idea to enhance the community’s knowledge about Islam merely by composing and recording inspirational songs, which will later compile and be a part of their 5 Pillars album.

    The first two songs of the album were “Ibadat” and “Zakāt.” The third (and in my opinion the best) song of the album is called “Shahada,” which is composed by Sarosh and beautifully sang by Aly. This song also features vocalists Mehak Noorani and Fez Meghani. Although there were late nights and early mornings, these guys were determined to finish this production, which was well worth the hard work. I’m not trying to sound biased, but the tune and lyrics of this song give me goose bumps every time I listen to it; you can hear the passion in everyone’s voice and their abundance of love for God. It’s a phenomenal song for studying or just clearing your mind. Don’t believe me? Check it out on YouTube!

  13. Charong October 29, 2012 at 9:51 pm #

    We have just started a kickstarter campaign to find support for our novel, Jahaada, which gives voice to Muslim-Americans. In the book, our main character, Musa, is the typical American dad, but after 9/11, the world only sees him as a Muslim.

    About Our Book:

    Raised in urban Jersey City, Musa is the typical American father, focused on his family and career. Yet after the tragedy of September 11, 2001 across the Hudson in New York City, his life has been plagued by distrust and racism toward his religion.

    As a Pakistani Muslim, he is constantly on the defensive with current events, co-workers and authority figures, until he meets Wasim, a doctor who becomes his confidant and mentor. However, this new friendship, which promises to lead him on a path of new piety, may be more dangerous than expected.

    Jahaada is a multi-layered psychological thriller of what it means to be a Muslim in contemporary America. Musa only wants the American dream for his family, but he ends up almost destroying those he loves the most.

    Please take a look at our kickstarter page to read the first few pages:

    Your website is one of the few places on the web that allows for open dialogue from youthful Pakistani perspectives. Would you be interested in interviewing us or allowing us to write up a guest blog post? We are halfway through writing the book, and we can talk about the struggles writing the book and what we hope to achieve.

    Thank you for your time.

    Charong Chow
    Nomi Khan

  14. Mohammad tajwar Uddin January 29, 2013 at 8:42 am #

    Alhamdulillah I am from London and i had read the article on judging people and I must say I found it very beneficial
    May Allah increase our knowledge in Islam
    and grant us paradise

    In Sha Allah

  15. Leen Sadder April 2, 2013 at 5:53 pm #

    Just thought I’d update you and let you know that THIS Toothbrush is launching a line of products around the Miswak, in case you’re interested.

  16. LtS June 15, 2013 at 9:34 am #

    assalaamu’alaikum, I just thought I should let someone know on this site, I was just browsing your site now and everytime I clicked on a new page my McFee flares up and tells me a Trojan has been stopped. name: J S/

  17. Ruwayda Haroun April 15, 2014 at 1:12 am #

    AsSalaamu Alaykum

    Just browsed through your blog n found it amazing!
    Really interested in finding out where you’re from and
    What type of events you host.
    I’m from South Africa and we have a huge muslim community but
    The adults are too rigid, they scare off the kids and with a blog like yours
    I think you could make a big difference in the lives of our

    JazaakAllah Ghayr

    • Saad May 11, 2014 at 10:21 am #


      Alhumdulilah. Thank you for your support and kind words.

      I’m from Brooklyn, New York……..Currently I don’t host any events but hope to insha’Allah keep writing!

      Please let me know if there is any topic you’d like me to explore writing about.

      Jazak’Allah Khair

  18. helpusgotoZaytuna May 4, 2014 at 10:15 pm #

    As-Salaam Alaykum,

    We are two students looking for financial help to attend Zaytuna College. Our only obstacle to continuing our pursuit of studies at Zaytuna is monetary. We need sponsors to help fund our education. Please spread the word. Any help is charity to us from you, our prayers go out to you and may Allah increase you with abundant khayr for taking the time to read this.

    Donate here:

    (proceeds will benefit Zaytuna directly. Zaytuna is a non-profit educational organization, tax exempt id is: 33-0720978)

    • Saad May 11, 2014 at 10:23 am #


      May Allah (swt) allow you to reach your financial goal for Zaytuna College. Insha’Allah, I plan on opening a section on my blog catering to needs like this in the community.

      Once done, I will publish a post around your goal.



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