Inside the control room at al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, on December 24, 2004. The United States has recently added al-Manar television station to its list of terrorist organizations, saying it incites violence in the Middle East. The station is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, already considered by the US a  terrorist organization. The State Department listing came shortly after France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.

Inside Hezbollah's Al-Manar TV Station In Beirut, Lebanon

Al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah considered by the United States as a terrorist organization. France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.

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Inside the control room at al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, on December 24, 2004. The United States has recently added al-Manar television station to its list of terrorist organizations, saying it incites violence in the Middle East. The station is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, already considered by the US a  terrorist organization. The State Department listing came shortly after France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.
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December 24, 2004
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French News Presenter, Eline Briand, on air at al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, on December 24, 2004. Briand, 21, converted to Shiite Islam and came to Lebanon from France after marrying a Lebanese Shiite Moslem. She now presents the news in French at Al-Manar TV. The United States has recently added al-Manar television station to its list of terrorist organizations, saying it incites violence in the Middle East. The station is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, already considered by the US a terrorist organization. The State Department listing came shortly after France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.
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French News Presenter, Eline Briand, on air at al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, on December 24, 2004. Briand, 21, converted to Shiite Islam and came to Lebanon from France after marrying a Lebanese Shiite Moslem. She now presents the news in French at Al-Manar TV. The United States has recently added al-Manar television station to its list of terrorist organizations, saying it incites violence in the Middle East. The station is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, already considered by the US a terrorist organization. The State Department listing came shortly after France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.
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Inside the control room at al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, on December 24, 2004. The United States has recently added al-Manar television station to its list of terrorist organizations, saying it incites violence in the Middle East. The station is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, already considered by the US a  terrorist organization. The State Department listing came shortly after France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.
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French News Presenter, Eline Briand, at al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, on December 24, 2004. Briand, 21, converted to Shiite Islam and came to Lebanon from France after marrying a Lebanese Shiite Moslem. She now presents the news in French at Al-Manar TV. The United States has recently added al-Manar television station to its list of terrorist organizations, saying it incites violence in the Middle East. The station is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, already considered by the US a terrorist organization. The State Department listing came shortly after France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.
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Veiled journalists work inside the English-language newsroom of  al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, on December 24, 2004. The United States has recently added al-Manar television station to its list of terrorist organizations, saying it incites violence in the Middle East. The station is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, already considered by the US a  terrorist organization. The State Department listing came shortly after France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.
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A copy editor at work inside the Arabic language newsroom of  al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, on December 24, 2004. The United States has recently added al-Manar television station to its list of terrorist organizations, saying it incites violence in the Middle East. The station is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, already considered by the US a  terrorist organization. The State Department listing came shortly after France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.
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Lebanese TV anchorwoman Kawsar Al-Mousawi reads the newspaper inside the Arabic language newsroom of  al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, on December 24, 2004. The United States has recently added al-Manar television station to its list of terrorist organizations, saying it incites violence in the Middle East. The station is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, already considered by the US a  terrorist organization. The State Department listing came shortly after France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.
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A veiled woman passes by a poster in support of the Hezbollah militant group inside al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, on December 24, 2004. The United States has recently added al-Manar television station to its list of terrorist organizations, saying it incites violence in the Middle East. The station is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, already considered by the US a  terrorist organization. The State Department listing came shortly after France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.
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Inside the control room at al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, on December 24, 2004. The United States has recently added al-Manar television station to its list of terrorist organizations, saying it incites violence in the Middle East. The station is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, already considered by the US a  terrorist organization. The State Department listing came shortly after France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.
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Two technicians prepare the stage of a popular TV show, "Under 20", at al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, on December 24, 2004. The United States has recently added al-Manar television station to its list of terrorist organizations, saying it incites violence in the Middle East. The station is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, already considered by the US a  terrorist organization. The State Department listing came shortly after France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.
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Lebanese TV anchorwoman Kawsar Al-Mousawi presents the news at al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, on December 24, 2004. The United States has recently added al-Manar television station to its list of terrorist organizations, saying it incites violence in the Middle East. The station is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, already considered by the US a  terrorist organization. The State Department listing came shortly after France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.
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December 24, 2004
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A lebanese News Presenter adjusts her veil before going on air at al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, on December 24, 2004. The United States has recently added al-Manar television station to its list of terrorist organizations, saying it incites violence in the Middle East. The station is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, already considered by the US a  terrorist organization. The State Department listing came shortly after France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.
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A veiled journalist at work inside the Arabic-language newsroom of  al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, on December 24, 2004. The United States has recently added al-Manar television station to its list of terrorist organizations, saying it incites violence in the Middle East. The station is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, already considered by the US a  terrorist organization. The State Department listing came shortly after France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.
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A Lebanese veiled journalist presents the news at al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, on December 24, 2004. The United States has recently added al-Manar television station to its list of terrorist organizations, saying it incites violence in the Middle East. The station is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, already considered by the US a  terrorist organization. The State Department listing came shortly after France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.
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French News Presenter, Eline Briand, at work at al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, on December 24, 2004. Briand, 21, converted to Shiite Islam and came to Lebanon from France after marrying a Lebanese Shiite Moslem. She now presents the news in French at Al-Manar TV. The United States has recently added al-Manar television station to its list of terrorist organizations, saying it incites violence in the Middle East. The station is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, already considered by the US a terrorist organization. The State Department listing came shortly after France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.
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December 24, 2004
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French News Presenter, Eline Briand, at al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, on December 24, 2004. Briand, 21, converted to Shiite Islam and came to Lebanon from France after marrying a Lebanese Shiite Moslem. She now presents the news in French at Al-Manar TV. The United States has recently added al-Manar television station to its list of terrorist organizations, saying it incites violence in the Middle East. The station is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, already considered by the US a terrorist organization. The State Department listing came shortly after France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.
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Inside the control room at al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, on December 24, 2004. The United States has recently added al-Manar television station to its list of terrorist organizations, saying it incites violence in the Middle East. The station is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, already considered by the US a  terrorist organization. The State Department listing came shortly after France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.
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The entrance to the building of al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, on December 24, 2004. The United States has recently added al-Manar television station to its list of terrorist organizations, saying it incites violence in the Middle East. The station is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, already considered by the US a  terrorist organization. The State Department listing came shortly after France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.
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December 24, 2004
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The building of al-Manar Television station in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, on December 24, 2004. The United States has recently added al-Manar television station to its list of terrorist organizations, saying it incites violence in the Middle East. The station is backed by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, already considered by the US a  terrorist organization. The State Department listing came shortly after France banned broadcasts of al-Manar's satellite channel following accusations that its programs were anti-Semitic and could incite hatred.
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December 24, 2004
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