Al-Joud Animation Studio represented in the International Karbala Children's Book Fair.

Despite its first participation in the 4th International Karbala Children's Book Fair, Al-Joud Animation Studio of the Department of Intellectual and Cultural Affairs at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine, has achieved great success, which was crowned by the admiration of everyone who visited and attended its pavilion, which counted a milestone in the level of participants in this cultural event, by presenting artistic productions which develop and stimulate the children’s educational abilities, as what was presented is a qualitative leap in the world of videos dedicated to the children in the midst of the destructive ideas and subversive art in the Iraqi arena.

The head of the Studio; Mr. Ahmad Taleb Abd al-Amir has stated to al-Kafeel Network: "The main reason for this success is the fact that the studio has made all its publications within the reach of visitors, the institutions and satellite channels. The contents of these publications include a series of films and two- or three-dimensional cartoons, which contribute to the upbringing of children in a proper way, unlike some of the satellite channels in different parts of the world that broadcast inappropriate content for children."

He added: "We have allocated our work for the child, aiming to educate children on the one hand and to seek to develop their mental abilities on the other hand, which increases the knowledge of the child and his awareness of what is going on around him. All our work is subject to scrutiny and supervision by special high committees, as we focus at the content of these cartoons have social, developmental and religious goals, which contribute to building the child's personality and upbringing him according the true Islamic education. "

It is worth mentioning that the participation of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine was not limited to the success of the Al-Joud Studio, but it also participated by another pavilion of the Division of Childhood and Youth by presenting a series of intellectual and cultural publications for children according to each age stage.
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