"Everything is a test. Islam is the answer."
Kenny Bomer (Mujahid Islam) reverted to Islam from Christianity in 1987. He currently resides in Houston, Texas, where he functions as a Khatib for various Masjids, and he is the president of the Brazosport Islamic Society in Lake Jackson, Texas. He is a student of Mishkah University where he is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Islamic Studies. He is an independent researcher in the field of comparative religions, a public speaker and debater, and a community activist having organized numerous food/blanket drives to feed the homeless and needy in both Houston and Lake Jackson.
Kenny Bomer embraced Orthodox Islam at the age of seventeen after reading the Qur’an for the first time, and through examining the religion of Islam during his own independent studies and research.
Kenny Bomer is a former hip-hop artist having signed two record deals in his life with the record labels Mr. Henry/Ichiban Records (1986) and King B Music (2000). He became a certified Protection and Response (PAR) instructor with the Department of Juvenile Justice through Cypress Creek Juvenile Corrections facility in Crystal River, Florida, where he was qualified to train employees in crisis intervention and self-defense/take-down tactics, and is currently a certified API (510) Pressure Vessel Inspector through the American Petroleum Institute.
At the age of eleven, Kenny became a ward of the state after he and his younger brother were abandoned shortly after his parents separated. He became a resident of the Brazoria County Youth Home (BCYH) in Freeport, Texas, where he lived until the age of eighteen. While residing at the BCYH, he was first exposed to religion through Christian employees of the BCYH who attended Assemblies of God Churches. It was during that time that he was also exposed to Islam through his partner in music, who was a member of the Nation of Islam, best known for people such as, Malcom X, Louis Farrakhan, and Elijah Muhammad.