The show will throw light on Arabs across different ages, narrating stories which founded the groundwork of Arab history and inspired the youth to build their future.
Broadcasting and media production company Baby Clay has announced a new animated series Lantern Tales which will be released later this year.
The series, which is slated to air on TV in Ramadan, follows stories that are rooted from tales of Arabian heritage and wisdom during different eras in an enticing dramatic context.
It also sheds light on Arab figures that impacted the course of Arab history, along with the Arab renaissance and western influences.
The show will provide an insight into the development of core Arab values such as generosity, sincerity, trust, courage while focussing on the importance of being keen and implementing proper management.
Lantern Tales aims to invigorate a sense of Arab identity and how far the extent of this identity’s influence is on Western cultures. It also hopes to affirm the dignity and morality which Arabs are known for from the days that predate Islam, up to, and after its emergence.