Welcome to Javed Ahmad's personal web site!

The purpose of this site is to share my experiences, observations and research with the interested quarters from around the world. Hope you would find my work interesting and enjoyable, yet educational to some degree. Thank you!

Table of contents

1. Hello Bangladesh! An Analytical Guide for True Bangladeshi Patriots.

Preface: This article was written few months after my arrival in Bangladesh. It mostly deals with my personal observation and understanding in comparison to what it was like about 20 years ago. (December, 2004)

2. Vacationing on the Saint Martinís Island.

Preface: In this article I've shared my first time experiences on the Saint Martin islands. (November, 2004)

3. What is love? (A poem).

Preface: People say, I'm philosophical. Well, I'm poetic too! This poem was written before I got married. See if you like it.

4. Those Who Deny the Truth.

Preface: The Qur'anic chapter called Kafirun, which means "Those who deny the truth" is a small but a meaningful one. Here I tried to explain my personal understanding.

5. Kaaba: The House Without Any Windows.

Preface: My personal hajj experience in January, 2005. (Written in October, 2005. Updated in November, 2005)

6. An Analysis of Political Failure in Bangladesh.

Preface: Many of you may think why have I gone out of my way leaving my Information Technology (IT) field to venture into politics. It is mainly due to the fact that our present day world is run by scumbags. Their selfish and deceptive policies and greed for power is leading the world to chaos and destruction. As such, as a peaceful and concerned citizen of the world I felt I need to look into the root causes of this problem and address the issues with my best abilities before its too late. The ideas presented here are tuned with the current situation in Bangladesh, but in theory the ideas are adaptable anywhere in the world. (March 2008).

7. The Ahmad Family Tree.

Preface: Curious about my family background? Here you will find some information. The contents are in Bangla language, and the part will be translated into English soon.