Iqraa TV also spelt IQRA TV (Arabic: اقرأ iqraʾ "read") is a satellite and internet television channel owned by Saleh Abdullah Kamel's Arab Media Corporation. It was founded in 1998. The channel promotes itself as a "Muslim family's safe haven", presenting religious and social programming. The Iqraa channel says its vision is;
Iqraa Channel seeks to meet the viewers’ needs through presenting a number of serious programs on the viewers’ everyday life problems, serving their spiritual, cultural, social and economic interests, from an Islamic perspective with a modern vision.
and that part of its mission is;
Iqraa Channel also aims at presenting the true moderate face of Islam to people in the West where media does not present an objective view on the Islamic Law.
The Almajd TV Network (شبكة المجد الفضائية) is a group of general and specialized satellite television channels which includes four free-to-air channels and ten encrypted channels. The group has a strong Salafi Islamic orientation and is owned by Saudi businessman Fahad Abdulrahman Alshimeimri, with other partners.
Broadcasting and production is done in Dubai, Riyadh and Cairo. Offices are in Amman, Rabat, Baghdad, Damascus and Beirut, in addition to tens of productive companies.
There is live SMS chat on screen for some channels.