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Pakistani Cartoon Series for children

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    Quaid Sey Baateib is a pretty good cartoon for Pakistani children, although too short. Teaches good lessons and respect of Quaid e Azam.



    I’ve been looking for some good content, but haven’t found much.

    There is Urdu Kids, but it is Indian and not completely suitable for Pakistani children. Quality is everywhere and inconsistent.



    Guys please share Urdu and Pakistanis content, especially for young children.

    Preferably if available, put the link on Youtube.
     
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    Good ... American cartoons are sexual to some extent , even if you are watching Tom and Jerry you can see a little bit of Romance .... we should save kids from this nonsense
     
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    Definitely, parents have to curate content for kids in the West, but it is not so bad for young children, except a few pro-gay shows which informed adults need to avoid.

    Pakistani children’s entertainment industry needs to step up.

    There is decent Arabic content, Indo-Malay content for children.

    Pakistani and Urdu content should be the focus of our entertainment industry as they are the future.

    Let go of Saas-Bahu or Sokhana dramey and think about the kids for once.

    We had some good content in the 90s in the US for Muslim children: Adam’s word series, Salam’s journey, boy and the king, mehmet al fatih, Muhammad prophet of God.



    Yet now we have nothing as those studios (soundvision, etc.) closed their media divisions.
     
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    Salaam

    There is this one Abdul Bari Cartoons.

    For instance in this they learn wudu. It's in urdu.

     
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    Yes these are awsome, not doubt

    but still there is a huge gap, so imI trying to fill that

    just trying to play my part
    rest is up to God
     
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    here you go bro, this is what i tell my nephews to watch but they always watch some random garbage on YT.
     
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    Cartoons are the first step in shaping the very moldable brain of an innocent child in modern day & age. We have not realised its importance thanks to the mediocrity that prevails in our country.
     
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    And every cartoon there is a pig. I have no idea why non muslims have fascination and love for pigs. It is a disgusting creature, lives in filth and spread filth
     
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    So right you are. I still let the little ones watch Winnie the Pooh and Word World, but not Peppa Pig.

    The favorite and most acceptable current shows these days which they watch are Daniel Tiger, Sophia the First, Pinkalicious, and Curious George.

    The rest mainly are 90s, 2000s cartoon which are clean and which I watched as a kid.

    Easy to find on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, Noggin, PBS Kids, Nick Jr.

    You really have to watch the shows with the kids. Doc McStuffins has a homosexual couple as it is written by one.

    Looks good thanks. Will definitely have the little ones watch it, jazakh Allah khairan.
     
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    They eat pork and it is the cheapest form of meat.. so they consume it more than any other except few who are very educated & conscious about what they eat. Then pig fat & skin are also used in many products. You might have heard "you are what you eat"
    Hence, the daddy problem is prevalent here..
     
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    Quaid sy betaabi is a pathetic cartoon and is a project of mind control policies of west ... Each episode has got one and only messages that girls are equal in man in all spheres of life to destroy the social family structure of east and Muslims just like it is already destroyed in west ...



    [I know alot of people disagree with me and will consider me an anti-women rights campaigner but this is exactly the opposite ...

    In Islam we give more respect to women for us women has much more rights as a mother ... same rights as a daughter but with very limited responsibility ... Only rights as a sister but no responsibility towards brothers the only area where women has lower rights then men is as a wife but then she is also got less responsibilities which is a true principle of justice ...

    We also need to understand family is an institute and no institute can be run by two heads of equal power and that's why if you keep husband and wife at equal level then there will be no more family structure like in west where most people prefer living togather or remain]
     
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  15. Pan-Islamic-Pakistan

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    Just say you disagree with it, why are you calling it pathetic?

    I don’t only disagree with you, but vehemently disagree to the very fiber of my being and identity.

    Quaid e Azam is the moral high ground whom we must aspire to. He famously said that women must walk along with men in all spheres, do you discount that?

    This is the problem with Pakistanis, we never can be happy or satisfied with anything and this why we don’t become a great nation. We doubt ourselves, and if not, every other person will doubt you.

    It’s a wonderful, albeit brief, mini-series which connects children with Quaid e Azam and relates it to their everyday lives. A bigger project must be done, but it is a good start.

    Some of the issues dealt with are racism, pollution, keeping women from sports, jealousy, bullying, and being pushy.
     
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