How ‘Yehia W Kenoz’ Season 3 Defends the Egyptian Identity Against Distortion

The animated series ‘Yehia W Kenoz’ has returned for its third season, with a mission to counter the attempts to obliterate the Egyptian identity and falsify its history. The series, which is produced by United Media Services, features a young boy named Yehia and his friend Kenoz, who embark on adventures across different eras of the Egyptian civilization.

According to Mohamed Adly, the scriptwriter of the series, season 3 is the most important one, as it tackles the challenges and threats that the Egyptian identity faces from various sources. Adly said that the series aims to educate the young generation about the true history and culture of Egypt, and to instill a sense of pride and belonging in them.

Adly added that the first two seasons of the series were an introduction to the Egyptian civilization, through documenting the lives and achievements of some of the ancient Egyptian kings and queens, such as Hatshepsut, Ramses, Akhenaten, and Nefertiti. Season 3, however, focuses on how Egypt has preserved its identity and influenced other civilizations, despite the invasions and occupations that it endured.

The content and characters of season 3

Season 3 of ‘Yehia W Kenoz’ consists of 15 episodes, each lasting for 15 minutes. The episodes cover different historical periods, from the Pharaonic era to the modern times, and highlight the contributions and innovations of the Egyptians in various fields, such as science, art, literature, architecture, and medicine.

The series also features some of the famous figures who lived in or visited Egypt, and who were influenced by its culture and identity, such as Alexander the Great, Cleopatra, Ibn Battuta, Napoleon Bonaparte, and Gamal Abdel Nasser. The series shows how these figures interacted with the Egyptians, and how they adopted some of their customs and values.

The series stars some of the prominent Egyptian actors and actresses, who lend their voices to the animated characters. Among them are Riham Abdel Ghafour, Essam Elsakka, Alaa Morsi, and Ola El Shafei, who supervises the content of the series.

The reception and impact of season 3

Season 3 of ‘Yehia W Kenoz’ has received positive feedback and praise from the viewers and critics, who appreciated the quality and creativity of the animation, the accuracy and relevance of the information, and the entertainment and educational value of the series. The series has also sparked a lot of discussions and debates on social media, where many users expressed their admiration and support for the series, and shared their opinions and insights on the topics and themes that it addressed.

The series has also achieved a high viewership and rating, as it was broadcasted on several channels and platforms, such as ON E, ON Drama, Watch iT, and YouTube. The series has also been nominated for several awards and festivals, such as the Cairo International Animation Forum and the Arab Animation Network.

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