Omar Mohammed Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth

Omar Mohammed Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Omar Mohammed is a historian and citizen journalist from Mosul, Iraq, who documented life under ISIL through his blog Mosul Eye.

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Omar Mohammed Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth 1986
Birth Day October 7
Birth Years 1986
Age 35 years old
Birth Place Mosul, Iraq
Birth City Mosul
Birth Country Iraq
Nationality German
Famous As Journalist
Also Known for Journalist
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Occupation Journalist

Famously known by the Family name Omar Mohammed, is a great Journalist. He was born on 1986, in Mosul, Iraq

.Mosul is a beautiful and populous city located in Mosul, Iraq


Omar Mohammed Early Life Story, Family Background and Education

Mohammed was born and raised in Mosul. He graduated from the University of Mosul in 2012 after defending his dissertation on the French occupation of Egypt. He taught at the same university for one year before ISIS closed it down in 2014.

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Omar Mohammed Net Worth

Omar Mohammed has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Journalist. Popularly known as the Journalist of Iraq. He is seen as one of the most successful Journalist of all times. Omar Mohammed Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful German Journalist.

Omar entered the career as Journalist In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Is a historical document written by Omar documenting the daily recovery of Mosul since its libration in 2017.


Access to the internet is still more limited in Mosul compared to the rest of Iraq. While IS did not restrict access to the internet as such, they imposed high taxes on internet providers leaving the city with limited access to this day (See UN Habit Report, 2016). Despite this, a number of growing local online media initiatives are proving to be popular. Ein Al Mosul, or Mosul Eye (, was a blog, written anonymously, that documented events in Mosul under the occupation of IS, providing citizens of Mosul and, perhaps even more so, diaspora and the international community with vital information and evidence of IS atrocities. It focuses now on the ‘recovery’ of Mosul, structurally as well as culturally. ‘Mosul Eye was able to not only be a source of information but a social factor in the city’, according to its founder Omar Mohamed (2018 cited in Guardian Podcast, 2018). After the battle, Mosul Eye played a different role, ‘which is to rebuild civil society, trying to support the people who stayed in the city, trying to give them a voice, because they were voiceless’.


Is a global campaign Omar launched to advocate and bring support to Mosul after he fled the city in December 2015. Omar began a long campaign traveling around the world giving speeches and talks, lecturing and advocating at universities, institutes and other global venues. He traveled around Europe, United States, Russia and other countries. His mission was as he stated in his several public speeches is to “Put Mosul On The Global Map”. He was invited by many international universities and governments. He has also, in different occasion, demanded the international community to put Mosul under international trusteeship to protect its people. “This is my city, I love Mosul more than anything else.”


Omar Mohammed of Mosul (Arabic: عمر بن محمد الموصلي ) is the historian who created and marinated the internationally known blog Mosul Eye in 2014. He was born and raised in Mosul, his hometown.

“Let it there be a Book, Rising from the Ashes” is a project launched by Omar Mohammed to preserve the books from the destroyed library of the university of Mosul. The campaign led to preserve more than 32 thousands books and manuscripts. Speaking exclusively to The Independent, the historian said he hopes to collect at least 200,000 books, largely from international donations, to rebuild the university’s central library and others across the city. In a phone interview with BuzzFeed News, he revealed very little about himself — “I can tell you I’m not 40 yet” — and insisted on anonymity to protect himself and his loved ones. But he spoke at length about his hopes for the library and why he is so invested in reviving it.

The manuscript covers the history of Mosul from June 6, 2014 when ISIS occupied Mosul to July 2017 when the city was liberated.


1- The history of the French expedition on Egypt in the writings of Abd al-Rahman al-Jabarti, Jordan 2013.


‘All I could see was blood’ is how Omar often describe the time he lived in Mosul under the rule of the ISIS, he became widely known for documenting the daily life in Mosul between 2003 and 2018. He still run his blog from his exile. He traveled around the world to seek support for his city Mosul. Few months before the libration of Mosul from ISIS, Omar organized a musical on the historical site of prophet Jonah on the east bank of Mosul to defy ISIS with music. He is known for his love of classical music. “It’s only because of music that I survived,” he says. He listened to music — especially as played by Itzhak Perlman, the Israeli-American violinist. “He’s my man,” says Mohammed. One night, Mohammed was engulfed in darkness, on the verge of giving up. He put on music from Schindler’s List, the Holocaust movie from 1993, with a score by John Williams. Perlman was the featured soloist. Mohammed listened to “Jewish Town,” among other tracks. “When I listened to this music,” he says, “I felt like someone was injecting life into my heart.”

1- Annals of Mosul from 2003 to 2014 (Arabic: حوليات الموصل من ٢٠٠٣ الى ٢٠١٤). Unpublished manuscript.