Bakkar () is an Egyptiancartoon series that has been broadcast on Arabic TV stations during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan each year since the late 1990s. The series revolves around the adventures of a young Nubian-Egyptian boy named Bakkar, his pet goat Rashida, and his friends. Episodes tend to be underpinned by a moral message and nationalist themes. The opening and closing songs are by famed Nubian-Egyptian singer Mohammed Mounir. The opening song in particular stresses a nationalist love for Egypt and the River Nile, and is very popular, especially with young children.