After Prince Salvador or Islam accepted, Sıddık Alp was formerly the Catalan Prince and after accepting Islam, he became the head of Kayı Tribe and Osman Bey's gunman.
Prince Salvador before his conversion to Islam
Prince Salvador was a Christian Catalan prince, who was very pious before he became a Muslim, who thought he was born to destroy Muslims.
He was very cruel and brutal. In fact, they looked at him more like a vampire than a human. No man could stand against him. He was attacking Muslims with confidence and backing, shedding the blood of sinless people. In the first episode, Aybars, son of Bamsı Beyrek, was martyred. He was also very proud of that. He could not observe that the end would be near by Prince Salvador Osman Ghazi, who almost mourned Kayı Tribe.
Being captive and accepting Islam
Time was running out. Osman Gazi observes that the time is coming and he knew that it was necessary to start a war against Byzantium. So, he started to fight now. In this war, the army of Kayi gained the upper hand and surrounded the castle like a ring stone. During this battle, Prince Salvador was captured. He was confronted with Bamsi Beyrek in captivity. Prince Salvador, who was faced with embarrassment next to Bamsı Beyreğ, stated that he changed his name to Sıddık and wanted to become a Muslim. The Bamsi converted him to a Muslim and cut his hair. Salvador was no longer a brutal "man". He was a Muslim and decided to be a very good person.
His later life as Sıddık Alp and his Martyrdom
Sıddık Alp had previously created such a situation that the Kayı Alps suspected him of being a traitor. He escaped from captivity and "took refuge in Byzantium." However, then Osman Gaziye presented his game and with this game they put Sofian as a fool and became even closer to victory. However, Sofia wanted "revenge". According to him, Siddiq Alpi captured and martyred him with torture and torture. As Sıddık's body was buried, she was buried next to Aybarların. This time, Bamsı was speaking like the Martyr Father again. He was saying: "I feel Siddiqui as my own son. He was a Christian. The Christian came and the Muhammadan had passed away." Thus, Sıddık Alpin's life, which started with dishonor and continued by painting with light, ended.