Articles tagged: Arabic speakers
SAT-7 BRINGS FILM-MAKING FUN TO YOUNG VIEWERS
City of Films follows young film-makers as they learn new skills in a unique “play city”, sharing the valuable experience with audience members who cannot take part in person.
COPTIC COMMUNITY GRIEVES PRIEST’S MURDER
The recent attack on Egypt’s Coptic community has once again shaken Christians and non-Christans alike. SAT-7 addressed the brutal murder of Coptic Priest Fr Samaan, lifting in prayer and extending condolences to his grieving family.
MISS EGYPT PROMOTES INNER BEAUTY ON SAT-7
A recent episode of Needle and New Thread shared a Christian attitude to beauty. Sandra Saeed, crowned Miss Egypt International 2016, appeared on the talk show to discuss inner and outward beauty.
SHARING GOD’S LOVE THROUGH SONG
A new creative program presents God’s Word through worship music and poetry, touching the hearts of viewers across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Our People features well-known poet Dr Shady George, who shares the teachings of Jesus Christ with viewers.
POWERFUL TESTIMONIES HELP SYRIANS STAND FIRM IN FAITH
Amid the turmoil and threats of persecution, SAT-7 is helping Syrian Christians take comfort in Jesus. The encouraging words of women from war-torn Aleppo helped show viewers, in similar situations, that God is with them.
GOD GIVES TOYS THROUGH CHURCH TO SYRIAN KIDS
Learning to trust in God’s provision helps children in war-ravaged Syria to grow strong in faith despite the suffering around them. One Syrian Sunday School is helping children to depend on God – even when it comes to the toys they dearly cherish.
ENDING VIOLENCE, DISCRIMINATION, AND FGM
Cruelty in classrooms, shaming those with disabilities, and female genital mutilation (FGM) are all too commonplace in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Informative programs on SAT-7 ACADEMY aim to change minds and attitudes.
SAT-7 TO LAUNCH EDUCATIONAL CHANNEL FOR REFUGEES
A new satellite television channel, SAT-7 ACADEMY is set to launch on 1 September. Broadcasting round-the-clock in Arabic, the channel will offer millions of displaced or refugee children complementary learning opportunities through a variety of television programs.