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17 August 2018 / 5. Zil-Hajj 1439

Islamic Animation Videos

Updated on 12 March 2018

Islamic Animation Videos

  

This year, for the first time ever, The World Federation has created a series of five animation videos about Islamic topics. Our Islamic Education department has been working tirelessly to create these five videos, aimed at engaging with the youth in our community.

These five high quality videos are based around contemporary issues that have been raised in the Holy Qur'an. The topics we will cover in this series are:

 

1.  Who is going to Heaven?

  

2.  Fake News

  

  

3.  Laylatul-Qadr – Part One

 

 

4.  Laylatul Qadr – Part Two - The Night of Qadr

 

5.  How to Fight Depression?


Based on the reception and feedback on this series, we may continue creating such animation videos throughout the year. If you found these videos helpful, informative, interesting or if you just enjoyed watching them, let us know by emailing us on islamiceducation@world-federation.org. We welcome all feedback and suggestions, so please do get in touch with your comments. We encourage you to share these videos with your friends and family so we can spread the messages relayed in the videos!

Keep an eye on this page to see all the videos as they are uploaded!


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