Al-Manar is a Lebanese satellite television station based in Beirut. It has an offering high production news, commentary, and entertainment.
The slogan of the TV channel is: A Flame that will not be Extinguished. The chann is dealing with the Palestinian issue and is licensed in London and has offices in Gaza Strip, the West Bank, Beirut and Damascus.
Main show topics include theology, bioethics, education, social issues, daily Church news and intercultural exchange.
Charity TV also offers shows for entertainment, and special programs for children and teens.
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Their bodies are most often curvaceous and they show a passionate craving for sexual pleasure.
Despite the ruling, LGBT people continue to face discrimination and persecution in Lebanon.
A poll done by the Pew Research Center in 2007 showed that 79% of Lebanese believed "homosexuality should be rejected by socitey", as opposed to 18% who believed "homosexuality should be accepted by society".
Article 534 of the Lebanese Penal Code prohibits having sexual relations that are "contradicting the laws of nature", which is punishable by up to a year in prison.
As a practical matter, enforcement of the law had been varied and often occurred through occasional police arrests.
LBCI or Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation International, is the first privatly owned television station in Lebanon. LBCI offers mainly populair shows, entertainment and TV series.
TV Charity is a Christian TV channel based in Keserwan that serves as an apostolate of the Lebanese Maronite Missionaries.
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