fbpx
Watch live Search
Watch live

SAT-7 ARABIC

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

At least 400 million Arabic-speakers in the Middle East and North Africa have access to satellite TV. Thanks to SAT-7 ARABIC, 95 percent of the region’s population 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 ARABIC:

  • Broadcasts from Nilesat (E7WA) at 7 degrees West, 11.350 GHz Vertical
    covering the Middle East and North Africa.
  • Operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
  • Audience includes Arabic-speaking people in the Middle East, North Africa, and Europe.
  • Launched on 31 May 1996.
  • Office/studios are located in Nicosia, Cyprus | Beirut, Lebanon | Cairo, Egypt.

Download the Sat-7 Arabic
Download the “How to Watch” card

“I very much enjoyed watching the message on The Evangelical Christmas Celebration. Although I am a follower of another religion, I believe God’s promise to us is true – when you plant good seeds, you will reap the benefit and so will your children. And if you fear God, He fills your life with His love and forgiveness. Those who plant evil, whether among those close to them or among people they don’t know, are deceiving humanity and betraying their promise to God. Thank you very much for this message, and may God reward you, my believing brother.”

A SAT-7 ARABIC viewer Read more testimonials