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Iran Alive Ministries (IAM)
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Christian Satellite TV broadcast to the Middle East and Europe.

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At 5:04pm on April 9, 2012, michael guirguis said…

Hi i tried to call you today . i am very happy for your new satellite station . We have the copyright VIGITALLS the 3D animation kids program.we have the copyright for the ARABIC.PARS , TARTAR AND TURKISH. I have 7 episodes ready in PARS . 

At 4:32pm on October 6, 2009, michael guirguis said…
It was great meeting you in LA too . I am thinking of your ministry a lot. we can produce or help in producing anything you need . and for the dubbing too.I think there is a kids puppet show we dubbed to Arabic a while ago and i believe it will be very good for your Chanel the program name is (kingdom adventure) produced by crossroads Canada . if you can contact them for the copyrights you can dub it to pars . and we can do the dubbing for you if you need .check this program and tell me what do you think .and god bless
At 1:01am on August 28, 2009, Steve Clayton said…
What a blessing to meet you all and I will be praying for you that God would use you in a very big way....
Lord Bless IAM ministries....

Steve Clayton

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