Fuad has been fighting MRSA for a few years, but he’s masha’Allah he is on top of it now. As a consequence, Fuad believes strongly in hospital hygiene. Actually, that last part is more speculative, but you get the picture.
Monthly Archive for July, 2007
Fuad is acting director of the Muslim College, an academic role he is relishing. This was the role that was previously held by the late Dr Zaki Badawi, a close friend of Fuad.
Organising tours for scholars has been Fuad’s speciality for three decades. His first major event was to organise a nationwide tour of the late South African scholar, Shaykh Ahmed Deedat which took place in 1977 (see picture – Fuad is on the right). It was a difficult proposition: he had to smuggle Shaykh Deedat into [...]
I have always felt slightly in awe, and at the same time, mildly resentful, of people who are taller than me. I have nurtured a fine napoleon complex to compensate. As I am below average height, it also is true that most people are bigger than me. Apart from my Mum, she is a wee [...]
We have previously mentioned how Fuad has inspired fun in his staff, colleagues and friends. Here is an example. (Look, this strictly isn’t a fact about Fuad, but stick with it) One time, in the mid-nineties, some Q-News staff members went to interview a bearded Prominent Muslim. As the interview progressed, it became clear the [...]
Hide your children! Fuad is a radical! Well, Fuad is director of the Radical Middle Way project, he’s not really radical. Challenging yes, a danger to society? Not at all.
Fuad, if you are reading this, we mean this in the nicest possible way, but you do scare us at times. Out of respect for you we are keeping this picture as low resolution. The hi-res pic is disturbing, but maybe that is for another day.
Fuad has written for the Guardian, the Independent and various other publications. It is not known however, whether he has written for ‘Kebab Connoisseurs Magazine’ See his website for a list of his articles, and we at dailyfuadfact found another nice website here that has a few more articles. See, he really is a journalist.
Posted in Uncategorized on Jul 18th, 2007
See, when this blog was shown to a friend of Fuad, remarks were made such as ‘Hmm what is it with Muslims and personality cults’, and ‘Be careful you don’t upset him’, Now, to make this clear: 1) We love Fuad 2) This blog is mainly just for fun. As for the fact, its true. [...]
Fuad, in times past, has climbed to the top of Africa highest peak, Mount Kilimanjaro, where we imagine clouds are. Look, we are entitled to a bit of hyperbole, it is Fuad Nahdi we are talking about here. I know the picture on the right is cloud free, but hey, the headline did get you [...]