Believe it or not, many people aren't too fond of Nadir Ahmed. Indeed, Christians and Muslims are sending me emails loaded with information about Nadir, and there seems to be no end in sight. In this post, I'd like to share some new information that may help shed light on Nadir's character and beliefs.
First, a Muslim emailed me to confirm something Keith Truth said in the comments section of an earlier post. Nadir claims that Shabir Ally's son is blind because God cursed Shabir for believing in Swoon Theory. (This is interesting, since Nadir's friend Ehteshaam believes that Swoon Theory is the only reasonable view to take.) I find this incredibly offensive. I have a fully disabled child, and an Ahmadi Muslim named Naser Shams once told me that my child's disability is due to the curse of Allah. (Since the gene for this disability affects half of all male babies on my wife's side of the family, our friend Naser must think that God cursed dozens of babies to punish me for my unbelief.) So Nadir's absurd and ignorant attack against Shabir is all too familiar to me. Let me say that Shabir Ally is the greatest Muslim debater in the world, that he is one of the nicest men I have ever met, and that he is intellectually and morally superior to Nadir. To use the disability of Shabir's child as an opportunity to attack him seems almost too slimy, even for Nadir. I hope that readers will take this appalling and unwarranted attack into account when they consider whether Nadir Ahmed needs to be completely, utterly, totally exposed.
Second, let's take a brief look at Nadir's ex-wives (yes, plural) and his criminal record. Nadir has been married and divorced twice. I'll be sharing more information in future posts (pending communication with the victims of being married to Nadir). Nadir married his first wife, Fatima, in October of 2001, and they divorced in May of 2006. I haven't been able to confirm yet whether an illicit affair was involved in the separation, but I do know that Nadir was charged with Domestic Battery and Violating an Order of Protection against Fatima. He pleaded guilty to the latter and was found not guilty of the former. (Nadir faced other charges when he was younger, such as criminal trespassing and disorderly conduct, but we'll assume that he's reformed since then.)
Even more interesting, according to court documents, Nadir and Fatima were divorced on May 2, 2006 (having lived together until May 1, 2006). Yet Nadir married his second wife, Essraa, on June 1, 2006! I'll let Nadir fill in the details, but this seems awfully fast (less than a month between the divorce and the marriage to his new wife). But things get worse. Nadir and Essraa were divorced in July of 2006 (yes, less than two months after the marriage). I think we should refrain from judgment until Nadir has a chance to explain. I'll simply say that I can see why someone would look at this and wonder if Muta is involved.