Articles tagged: MENA
Happy Valentine’s Day
Here’s a message of love from our CEO, Rita El-Mounayer: “We know that True Love heals, the love of God heals hearts and restores relationships. He wants everyone to know that He loves them absolutely”
A Happy and Blessed New Year from SAT-7
SAT-7 CEO Rita El-Mounayer shares her hopes for this new year and new decade despite all the ongoing challenges faced by people across the Middle East and North Africa and invites us to continue working together to be a voice for change and peace.
CHAMPIONING CHILDREN’S RIGHTS IN THE MIDDLE EAST
As today is Universal Children’s Day and the 30th anniversary of the Convention of the Rights of the Child, Christian broadcaster SAT-7 KIDS is championing for children. In a region where childhoods are often cut short, year-round the channel raises awareness of children’s rights among its young viewers, their parents, and wider society in the Middle East and North Africa.
Words of encouragement from Algerian believers
SAT-7 CEO, Rita El-Mounayer shares words of encouragement from Algerian believers. Thirteen church buildings in Algeria have now been forced closed, but the living church continues to stand strong in Christ. “The closure of the churches has given us the opportunity to speak to more people about the church and life of Jesus”.
Opening Worlds Of Learning For A Trapped Generation
Many Middle Eastern youth feel hopeless or trapped. Without quality education or job opportunities, personal growth can seem impossible. But as viewers follow the exciting story in Talking Heads, an innovative new cartoon, they will learn to see their own great potential – while also receiving a rounded education.
THE GIRL WHO FORGAVE ISIS
In December 2014, a SAT-7 KIDS crew visited Iraqi Kurdistan, where they planned to tell the stories of child refugees who had fled from ISIS. But in a camp in Erbil, something even more profound took place. Presenter Essam Nagy met a little girl who would change his life and inspire millions around the world.
FINDING FREEDOM THROUGH FORGIVENESS
Alborz’s* life was devastated when his 25-year-old brother was killed by the Taliban in Afghanistan. Consumed with hate, Alborz spent years seeking revenge, but it was only through forgiving his brothers killers that he found true healing.