Al-Zahra TV New Frequency

Al-Zahra TV Live Channel ON Hot Bird 13B/13C/13E at 13.0°East And Eutelsat 7A/7B at 7.0°East New TP Frequency Transponder Here 2018
Al-Zahraa (Arabic: الزهراء‎) is a town in northern Syria, administratively part of the A'zaz District of Aleppo Governorate, located northwest of Aleppo. Nearby localities include Tell Rifaat and Mayer to the northeast and Anadan to the south. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics, al-Zahraa had a population of 13,780 in the 2004 census.[1] Al-Zahraa has a predominantly Shia Muslim population and, along with nearby Nubl, forms a small Shia-inhabited pocket in a mostly Sunni Muslim area in the Aleppo Governorate.

Al-Zahra TV New Frequency 2018

Al-Zahra TV Live Channel ON Hot Bird 13B/13C/13E at 13.0°East New TP Frequency 2018

Channel :Al-Zahra TV
Satellite :Hot Bird 13B/13C/13E at 13.0°East
Frequency :12303
Polarization :V
Symbol Rate:
A.PID:931 Azerbaijani
SID Code:14865
Update :: April 04-04-2018

Al-Zahra TV Live Channel ON Eutelsat 7A/7B at 7.0°East New TP Frequency 2018

Channel :Al-Zahra TV
Satellite :Eutelsat 7A/7B at 7.0°East
Frequency :11221
Polarization :H
Symbol Rate:27500
A.PID:3722 Azerbaijani
SID Code:372
Update :: April 04-04-2018


Nubl and al-Zahraa were under siege by the anti-government Free Syrian Army (FSA), al-Nusra Front (al-Qaeda's Syrian branch), and Ahrar al-Sham. Movement out of Nubl was severely curtailed, and it relied on goods being airlifted by the Syrian Army. Although relations between the inhabitants of Nubl and the surrounding villages were normally friendly, during the ongoing Syrian civil war, anti-government supporters from nearby Sunni villages have claimed that Nubl and al-Zahraa hosted pro-government militias that have launched attacks against opposition supporters. There were numerous tit-for-tat kidnappings between Nubl and pro-opposition villages in the vicinity. After months of rebel siege and continuous reciprocal kidnappings, popular committees in the two towns agreed to begin negotiations with Sunni rebels on 27 March 2013. The agreement to negotiate was organised by Kurdish parties from the neighboring Kurd Dagh region, which is controlled by Kurdish fighters of the PYD. The talks were brokered by Kurds, and several kidnapped individuals were freed on both sides.
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