This is an animated movie that tells the story of a famous warrior in the early days of the Islamic religion. His name was Al Abbas, and he fought against the Umayyad army, and apparently got a LOT of kills (which Muslims seem to believe is proof that he was a chosen warrior by Allah/God). He's such an important figure from a religious point of view, to the Muslims, that like with Muhammad, they refuse to show his face in any drawing (including this cartoon). However they make up for that in this cartoon by instead of using a regular black censor bar over his eyes, they show him with a glowing white area covering his eyes, giving him the appearance of having glowing eyes, as if he was giving off a supernatural light/aura by the mere fact that he was a God-chosen warrior. So that was a kind of cool way to censor the eyes region of his face in this movie.
If you like medieval Arabian/Islamic stories such as Aladdin or Arabian Knights, then you'll want to watch this animated movie. However, it is unfortunately entirely in Arabic language, and there are no English subtitles for it. If you want to watch it just for the action/battle scenes, then that's fine. However if you want to understand what they are saying, you'll either need to know Arabic, or wait for somebody to release an English subtitled version. The only way I even knew what it was about was while searching around on the net for a subtitled version (searching by the title of it) and found links to related things like "Battle of Karbala", so I figured this movie had something to do with that battle. And looking up that battle on Wikipedia told me a lot more about it.
Here's the best Youtube video of it that I could find. Violence Warning: In this movie, sword cuts are accurately shown to release blood (no blood or violence being censored out like in American cartoons).