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Ummi

Ummi

  • TV-Y
  • 2015
  • 1 Season
StarringMuhammad Khaliq Nur Amani NordinSyakir lmanBringgoAlif JohanNawal SahrilPutri DahliaDirectorNORA ARIFFIN
UMMI is a 22 minutes of 3D musical animated series specifically designed for children, It is a fascinating musical animated series infused with entertainment and educational values for children with ages 2-12. Each episode features fun sing-along and easy listening songs sung by the characters, which subtlety carries a message of moral values and good deeds. The show's aim is to leave a legacy of strong moral values based on the teachings of Islam for our children and the generation after them....
Season 1

13 Episodes
The Power Of Al Fatihah
1. The Power Of Al Fatihah
 
Alif is reading and trying to memorize the meaning of Al-Fatihah. Ummi relates a story to the children about companions of the Prophet SAW who visit a village to tell its people about Allah and Islam. The people of the village initially refuse to accept the companions. They then try to trick the companions by demanding them to prove the truth of their message by healing their leader. The companions were very anxious since they knew no one has the power to heal an ill man unless Allah wills it. They begin to pray for the health of the leader to return by reciting Al-Fatihah. By the mercy of Allah, the leader soon begins regain his health before the eyes of his family and many villagers. From that day on they accepted the message of Prophet Muhammad SAW to stay follow the righteous path. Soon after hearing the story, Alif walks into a dark room where Aiman is fixing Ummi’s computer. Alif unwittingly reconnects a plug Aiman had disconnected, and in the process causes Aiman to get an electric shock. To Alif’s horror, Aiman falls to the ground unconscious. But Alif quickly calms down and remembers Ummi’s story about the power of Al-Fatihah. He recites Al-Fatihah in hopes to revive Aiman, but Aiman does not wake up! Ummi soon attends to Aiman, who eventually comes out of his blackout. Confused, Alif asks Ummi why Aiman did not wake up when he recited Al-Fatihah. Ummi reminds Alif that while Al-Fatihah is an important surah, the power to heal is only from Allah....
Modern Tanggang
2. Modern Tanggang
 
Putri and Atan race to Pondok Ummi. They bumped into Hana that made her dropped her book. The book compiles all stories about insolent kids. Hana is entering a writing competition at school. She’s writing ‘ MODERN DAY SI TANGGANG’. After listening to Hana, Aiman commented that there wasn’t any insolent children during Prophet Muhammad saw time. Hence, Ummi told them a story about a pious man called Al-Qamah who is dying and wasn’t able to announce syahadah because he was being insolent to his mother. He can only pronounce the syahadah after his mother forgave him. Ummi told the children that it is very important to maintain a good relationship to one’s mom including apologizing if we have said / did something harsh to our mothers....
True Friends
3. True Friends
 
Putri arrived at Pondok Ummi with a sad face. After being annoyed by Atan and persuaded by Ummi, Putri shared her story. Putri told them that in her school, one of her classmate has taken her lunch money. Consequently, she won’t be able to buy her favorite book about ’Jojo and Mimi’. When Ummi asked her why she likes the book, Putri explained that the close knit friendship between Jojo and Mimi really makes her happy. Speaking of friendship, Ummi remembered a story which is important in the Islamic history. A story about the friendship between Abu Bakar and Prophet Rasulullah SAW. Ummi then told a story about the time when Abu Bakr was stung by scorpions at the Thur cave while helping Rasulullah escape from the Quraisy. Ummi concluded that Abu Bakr was a good friend as he would sacrifice himself for the sake of his beloved Rasulllah SAW. The prophet have said ”You don’t gain total imaan until you love your brothers like you love yourself” The next day, Atan saw Putri being bullied by her classmate. Ummi’s story about Abu Bakr and Rasulullah SAW kept on playing on his mind. Atan quickly came to Putri’s aid and scolded the bully eventhough the bully was much bigger size than he is....
Story Of The Spy
4. Story Of The Spy
 
Atan, Alif and Hana played war role-playing with Aiman, Putri and Jojo at Pondok Ummi. As they were about to execute their plan, Jojo distance himself and went to Alif, Atan and Hana because they lured him with sardine. Aiman and Putri were furious and accused Jojo for not being trustworthy. When Ummi called them, Aiman and Putri complained that Jojo had deserted them. Ummi told them a story of Prophet Sulaiman and a bird called Hudhud, which was one of the Prophet’s faithful soldiers. One day, Hudhud was summoned by Prophet Sulaiman to search for the source of water. When Hudhud wasn’t present during the army inspection, Prophet Sulaiman became angry and wanted to punish the bird. When Hudhud returned to report itself to the prophet, he claimed that he was spying a kingdom ruled by the rich Queen Balqis. Thus the prophet decided to preach to this queen using his wit and intelligence. Eventually, the queen accepted his message and believe the mukjizat that Allah s.w.t have endowed upon the prophet. Ummi later explained that because of Hudhud’s courage to spy, Prophet Sulaiman was able to preach to Queen Balqis Ummi reminded the children to be trustworty in every task and not to be hasty when making decisions. After listening to Ummi’s story, Putri remembered that Jojo was a vegetarian cat and might not be attracted to the sardine. When they search for Jojo, they realized that Jojo was playing tricks to steal Alif,Hana and Atan’s master plan. Aiman and Putri apologized because they have accused Jojo without investigating. They admitted that Jojo is a trustworthy cat after all....
Faith And The Dignity Of A Man
5. Faith And The Dignity Of A Man
 
Atan was walking home from school when a few older boys started to taunt him by calling him “Charcoal Man”. With anger consuming him, Atan fought them off and went home to Ummi’s house with a black eye. Ummi treated him and asked what had happened. Atan told Ummi that he could no longer bear hearing the insults on his dark skin colour. Ummi asked him why didn’t he liked his dark skin colour, as a person’s physical characteristic is only on the surface, a person’s faith and good characters are the true measure of a person. Ummi later tells the story of Bilal bin Rabah, a black slave whom Rasullullah SAW released from slavery, who then became a companion and the first Muslim muezzin. After listening to the story, all of them prayed together. Atan made the call to prayer and Alif as the imam. On the way home from school the following day, the older boys once again teased Atan. Atan became upset and angry but this time around, he gathered all his courage to just smile at them while quietly reciting a prayer in his heart. Coincidently, Aiman cycled by the same way and overheard the mocking. Aiman laughed and told the boys off, as they are no better off than bullies. The boys felt embarrassed. Atan no longer felt bothered by their taunts and headed home with Aiman....
The Admired Leader
6. The Admired Leader
 
A cheerful Alif came back from school. He was just elected as the class President. Ummi congratulated him and hoped that Alif would be able to carry out the heavy responsibilities of a leader. Ummi told the children a story about the great Islamic leader, Umar Al-Khattab. Umar Al-Khattab was the second Caliph after the passing of Rasulullah SAW. He was a humble leader and always put forward the people’s welfare first. There was a time when Umar and his servant were on their way to Jerusalem. They were riding with only one camel, so they both took turns to ride the camel. Upon reaching Jerusalem, it was the servant’s turn to ride the camel. Thus Umar who wore shabby clothes, held to the camel’s leash as they entered Jerusalem. The love he had for his people was clear when Umar often walked about in his neighbourhood without being seen by anyone. He was so humble that nobody has recognized him as the Caliph Umar. While Caliph Umar was walking about one night, he heard the cries of children and then he stumbled upon a mother who was boiling some stones. When questioned why was she boiling stones, the mother said that she didn’t have any food to cook and was only trying to soothe her hungry children. Umar was upset with the fact that he was not able to care for the mother and her children’s welfare. He quickly went home and returned with food to feed the children himself without ever revealing his identity. The following morning, Alif got up earlier than usual. When his mother asked him, Alif told her that he is the class President and it is his responsibility to help his classmates as best as he can....
Thank You Teacher
7. Thank You Teacher
 
Alif, Aiman, Hana, Atan and Putri are preparing for the upcoming Teachers’ Day celebration at school. Alif and Hana are practicing their poems, Putri is perfecting her song, while Aiman and Atan are busy designing a unique and modern gift using recyclable materials. However, all the hard work seems pointless – Alif and Hana keep forgetting their lines; Putri feels that her voice isn’t up to par; while Aiman and Atan could not agree on what they wanted to create and they ended up arguing. Ummi reminds them that the intention to honour their teachers is very noble; though their bickering and discouragement is going to get in the way of their honourable plan. Ummi tells the story of the Quraish tribe who at first had worked together to build the Kaa’bah – but then ended up disagreeing over the placing of the black stone because everybody wanted each other’s own ways. Rasulullah saw, a young man then, showcased his wise skills and was able to reconciliate all tribe leaders to agree on the placement of the black stone. Ummi reminds them that of all dedicated teachers, Rasullullah and his teaching are the most important aspect in one’s life as all of his accomplishments were done only according to Allah SWT commands and revelations. In the end, with patience and diligence (as well as Ummi’s help), Alif and Hana are able to memorize their poem; Putri sings her song beautifully, while Aiman and Atan made a very impressive gift....
The Bountiful Bees
8. The Bountiful Bees
 
Ummi’s transit children are having lunch together after returning from school. Hana seems to have lost her appetite. When asked by Ummi, she told her that there are some ants on her plate and refuse to eat the food because she hates and disgusted by the ants. Having heard this, Atan attacked the ants with his figurine and kill them savagely. Regretfully, Ummi adviced Atan whether we know it or not all living things that is created by Allah serve its purpose in life and should be treated compassionately. Hence, Ummi started her story about the bee, an animal stated in the Quran that has brought many benefits to mankind. Soon after, the children became more appreciative towards the animals including the ants. With full of regret, the children gathered all the ants that Atan has killed and performed a funeral service for them....
The Well Of Zam Zam
9. The Well Of Zam Zam
 
Hana and Aiman moaned at the thought of memorizing the five pillars of Islam. It has been difficult for them and Hana is wondering why they have to memorize it in the first place. Ummi explained that the five pillars are the foundation of a Muslim’s life and it differentiates Islam from other religions. She then relates the history of the hajj ritual to the story of Siti Hajar, the mother of Prophet Ismail. Siti Hajar persevered during a tough situation in search of food and water for her son, and in the end, through His mercy, Allah granted the Zamzam water at the place where the infant Prophet Ismail stomped his foot whilts crying out due to the heat and hunger. The Zamzam well is considered a miracle to Muslims as it has never gone dry and the water is incomparable in its kind. The tale of Siti Hajar and Prophet Ismail is a story to be told and to recognize as it reflects Allah’s generosity to those who work hard to achieve something. Upon listening to Ummi’s story, Hana and Aiman learnt to memorize the pillars of Islam through singing....
Healthy Body And Mind
10. Healthy Body And Mind
 
Almost all the children under Ummi’s care except for Hana are gearing up for the schools’ annual charity run. Hana is giving plenty of excuses why she does not want to join the race. Ummi suggests that they all enjoy their afternoon tea break at the nearby park and practice for the run. After the practice, Ummi tells them the story of an athlete, an artist, and a pianist. The children then feel motivated to do their best during the race. On the day of the race, the children ran their best, including Hana. Hana was just about to cross the finish line when she experiences a wheezing episode. Putri then helps Hana out and they both crossed the finish line together....
The Beautiful Sound
11. The Beautiful Sound
 
Early morning of 1st Ramadhan, Putri was awakened by her mother for sahur. Half awake, she came down to eat. After school, Putri arrived at Pondok Ummi looking really exhausted till Hana had to support her. Putri begged to break her fast Hana suggested to play riddles and that have made Ummi remembered of a story of a Persian King who loved riddles....
The Coming Eid Mubarak
12. The Coming Eid Mubarak
 
While doing their homework together, Hana expresses her feelings to Ummi that she was not happy because her father had donated some money to the orphanage when he could have bought her a toy instead. Ummi then tells them the story of Zubaidah binti Saghir. On the first day of Eidulfitr, at a very prosperous Muslim town, the townspeople were very happy in their new and beautiful clothes. After their prayers, the jamaah dispersed and went home to celebrate the 1st of Syawal with their respective families. This includes the distinguished Governor of the community who was a very pious person. On his way home, he saw there were children running and playing happily. However, amongst them, the Governor spotted a young girl who sat by the side. She was crying. When asked, the girl said that her father had died during the war, and her mother had married a man who then kicked her out of the house. In the end, the Governor then took the girl – her name is Zubaidah as his adopted child. Thus, the worst day of her life became the happiest day as she became a part of the Governors’ family. Ummi reminds the children, that material wealth, toys and gifts are nothing compared to the feeling of celebrating Eid with friends and family....
A Special Eid Ul Fitr
13. A Special Eid Ul Fitr
 
While doing their homework together, Hana expresses her feelings to Ummi that she was not happy because her father had donated some money to the orphanage when he could have bought her a toy instead. Ummi then tells them the story of Zubaidah binti Saghir. On the first day of Eidulfitr, at a very prosperous Muslim town, the townspeople were very happy in their new and beautiful clothes. After their prayers, the jamaah dispersed and went home to celebrate the 1st of Syawal with their respective families. This includes the distinguished Governor of the community who was a very pious person. On his way home, he saw there were children running and playing happily. However, amongst them, the Governor spotted a young girl who sat by the side. She was crying. When asked, the girl said that her father had died during the war, and her mother had married a man who then kicked her out of the house. In the end, the Governor then took the girl – her name is Zubaidah as his adopted child. Thus, the worst day of her life became the happiest day as she became a part of the Governors’ family. Ummi reminds the children, that material wealth, toys and gifts are nothing compared to the feeling of celebrating Eid with friends and family....