Azerbaijan, Baku, Oct. 30 /Trend S. Isayev, T. Jafarov/
An animated film on fictious U.S.-Israeli joint plan to attack Iran's nuclear Natanz plant has been made in Iran, the Quds newspaper reported.
The animation film has been titled "Sqout".
According to the film's story, the U.S. and Israel plan to jointly attack Iran's Natanz nuclear plant to stop Iran from making a nuclear weapon.
Yet, the plans are revealed by Iran's IRGC (Revolutionary Guards), and the attack operation fails to be accomplished.
In June, Iran reported to open an exclusive animation channel for kids. The channel was said to broadcast two hours of programs per day in the first phase, which will increase to 12 hours gradually.
Currently there are 14 TV-channels broadcasting all over Iran, and 34 channels broadcasting only in Iranian provinces.
Iran broadcasts daily news for 1-2 hours in 24 languages. The languages include English, Russian, Turkish, German, Arabic and Italian.
Aside from that, such channels as "Al-Alam" and "Press TV" work 24 hours a day, broadcasting in Arabic and English.