Top Islamic Animated Films for Kids: Educational and Fun


Bilal: A New Breed of Hero

Bilal is an inspiring animated film about a boy who dreams of becoming a great warrior. Abducted with his sister, he is taken to a land ruled by greed and injustice. Despite the challenges, Bilal finds the courage to raise his voice and inspire change. This story, inspired by true events, celebrates a real hero remembered throughout history.


Imdb: 7.7/10

Age: +9


Riyah’s Journey

Riyah, a young colt, is separated from his mother when she is sold to a horse trader. Determined to reunite, Riyah escapes from a stable in Mecca and travels to Medina with the help of his bird friend and a wise old camel. Along the way, they learn about Islamic history through tales of Abu Bakr and Muhammad, making this adventure both educational and entertaining.

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Imdb: 4.9/10

Age: +5

Muhammad: The Last Prophet (2002) – This animated film provides an overview of the life and teachings of the Prophet Muhammad. It’s educational and suitable for children to learn about the early days of Islam.

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