Vahid Ahmedi (unknown – 1189) was a Levantine Assassin during the High Middle Ages.
In 1189, Vahid was inside Masyaf Castle when a Templar force captured the Assassin fortress. He was captured and lined up along with other Assassins, before being executed by Haras in an attempt to make the Assassin leader Al Mualim reveal the location of an Apple of Eden.
- Vahid is an Arabic name meaning "unique, peerless, the one." Ahmedi is derived from the name Ahmad, meaning "highly praised."