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SAT-7 ARABIC, KIDS


 by Tulix Systems, Inc.
 updated June 2017

 Price: Free (additional fees may apply)

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WE ARE SAT-7
We support the Christians of the Middle East and North Africa in their Christian witness and lives.
We beam the Good News of the Kingdom of God straight into people’s homes, into the centre of family life.
We deliver Christian satellite television for the Middle East and North Africa.

SAT-7 ARABIC

Our SAT-7 ARABIC channel broadcasts to 21 Arabic-speaking countries in the Middle East and North Africa.

At least 230 million Arabic-speakers in the Middle East and North Africa have access to satellite TV. Thanks to SAT-7 ARABIC, these 150 million people can turn on their television and find the very thing most needed in their troubled region: hope.

Just as the needs of each viewer vary, SAT-7 ARABIC’s programming ranges from teaching programs to documentaries and films, and from church services to live discussion shows. Seekers find answers; isolated believers find fellowship; lonely women find companionship; refugees find healing.

Since 1996, SAT-7 ARABIC has been a positive influence on Middle Eastern society, making the Gospel available to millions of people and addressing social issues from a Christian perspective. Its programs are made by local believers, and the majority are produced at SAT-7’s studios in Egypt and Lebanon.

SAT-7 KIDS

SAT-7 KIDS is the first and only Arabic Christian channel dedicated exclusively to children and young people.

Learn more at http://sat7.org



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