The song has brought us fame. Palestinian people are interested in talking about people that fight for their cause. Hassan Nasrallah is that personPalestinian band's Hezbollah song a hit Aug 25, 2006
We never called for suicide bombings against the U.S. forcesViolent anti-American videos on al-Manar Oct 23, 2004
If there is a channel that is as credible and as popular as Al Jazeera, I think that American officials -- rather than investing in a new project -- need to make use of it to reach the Arab audiences with whatever messages they want to tell themProfessor: Al Jazeera not anti-American Dec 02, 2002
No one has challenged me or has been hostile in any wayProfessor: Al Jazeera not anti-American Dec 02, 2002
The questions that they ask are not slanted; they are the questions you would expect a journalist to ask on whatever subject you're talking aboutProfessor: Al Jazeera not anti-American Dec 02, 2002
Al-Manar (Arabic: المنار; The Beacon) is a Lebanese satellite television station affiliated with Hezbollah, registered as Lebanese Media Group Company, broadcasting from Beirut, Lebanon. It has an offering a "rich menu" of high production news, commentary, and entertainment. The self-proclaimed "Station of the Resistance" (qanat al-muqawama), in its psychological warfare against the Zionist enemy, i.e. the state of Israel, and an integral part of Hezbollah's plan to spread its message to the Arab world.
Al-Manar was designated as a "Specially Designated Global Terrorist entity," and banned by the United States in December 2004. It has also been banned by France, Spain and Germany, and has run into some service and license problems outside Lebanon, making it unavailable in the Netherlands, Canada and Australia while it has not officially been banned in any of these regions.