Umar’s journey to spreading Islamic teachings is deeply rooted in his early experiences and personal beliefs. As a young boy, Umar’s father played a pivotal role guiding and teaching Umar to ponder over the things he taught him in Science and Islam. Named after Umar ibn al-Khattab, one of the four Rashidun Caliphs, Umar was destined to follow a path intertwined with Islamic principles. His passion for storytelling and filmmaking began at a young age when he borrowed his school’s camcorder and started creating and filming his own characters and narratives inspired by the heroes he grew up watching.

Interestingly, even before formally learning about Islam, Umar’s storytelling often reflected patterns and structures similar to those found in the Qur’an. His principles and sayings in his narratives echoed themes from Islamic teachings, such as righteousness and to uphold a strong moral character, despite not having read them at the time. This early connection foreshadowed his eventual alignment with the teachings of the Qur’an later in life.

As Umar pursued a career as an actor and stuntman in the film industry, his journey eventually led him back to Islam. Upon delving deeper into Islam, he recognized the profound similarities between his personal beliefs and the teachings of the Qur’an. This realization marked a turning point in his life, guiding him towards his current mission of spreading Islamic teachings through his creative endeavors Ma shaa Allah

Now, as Umar focuses on The Creed Series, he sees it as a fulfilling destiny to share the wisdom and values of the Qur’an with the world, leveraging his skills and passion in filmmaking to convey these teachings in a powerful and impactful way.

“He will Show you His SIGNS, and you Will RECOGNIZE Them”
– The Qur’an Chapter 27 Verse 93

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