Pro-Hizbullah, Pro-Hamas Stations Broadcasting in America

(The Blaze) Charles C. Johnson - The Lawfare Project has found that two television stations - NileSat IPTV in New Jersey and ArabTV4ALL in California - are broadcasting transmissions from pro-Hamas (al-Aqsa) and pro-Hizbullah (al-Manar) television stations. Al-Aqsa uses popular cartoon figures to indoctrinate children and incite them toward hatred and violence. In 2010, the French government outlawed al-Aqsa broadcasts "because the channel repeatedly violated European laws by showing programs which incited hatred or violence for reasons of religion or nationality, mostly against Israel and Judaism." Pro-Hizbullah al-Manar is also banned in France, as well as Holland, Spain, and Germany. On September 17, 2001, the network became the first media outlet to allege Israeli and Jewish involvement with the 9/11 attacks. Brooke Goldstein, director of the Lawfare Project, points out that broadcasting terrorist-inspired hate messages may constitute material assistance to a terrorist organization and be illegal.

2013-05-03 00:00:00

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