Tuhun Musalsal Carabi af Soomaali oo qiso macaan
Tuhun Musalsal Carabi af Soomaali oo qiso macaan xambaarsan kaasoo ka kooban sodon qeybood oo aad kaga bogan doonto gabdho lasoo qiyaamayo.
Arab television drama or Arab soap opera (also known as “مسلسل”, musalsal, plural musalsalat) is a television form of melodramatic serialized fiction.The musalsalat are similar in style to Latin American telenovelas.They are often historical epics about Islamic figures or love stories involving class conflict and intrigue. The word musalsal literally means “chained, continuous”.
During the evenings of the month of Ramadan, after the Iftar meal is eaten to break the day’s fast, families across much of the Arab world watch these special dramas on television. Arab satellite channels broadcast the programs each night, drawing families who have gathered to break their fast. Most musalselat are bundled into about 30 episodes, or about one episode for each night of Ramadan, These television series are an integral part of the Ramadan tradition