Special 24-hour channel launched to highlight humanitarian crisis in Palestine

(From left) M. Nasir, Bella Astillah and Meerqeen are among the talents who support the Malaysia4Palestine initiative. Photos: Azman Ghani/The Star, Bella Astillah/Instagram, Meerqeen/Instagram

In efforts to spotlight the humanitarian crisis in Palestine, a 24-hour pop-up channel called Malaysia4Palestine will be available from tomorrow (May 25) noon until Sunday (May 26) noon on Astro Ch 111, Astro Go, Sooka and Radio Televisyen Malaysia’s (RTM) Klik at no additional charge.

The channel – which brings together talents, influencers, industry players and humanitarian workers – features interviews, special performances and documentaries dedicated to raising awareness for the cause of Palestine.

The Malaysia4Palestine channel is supported by over 100 local personalities from various fields such as Datuk M. Nasir, Datuk Aznil Nawawi, Datuk Syafinaz Selamat, Datuk Dr Ahmad Faizal Perdaus, Datuk Aaron Aziz, Soo Wincci, Bella Astillah, Ceddy Ang, Meerqeen, Ella and more.

Through the Malaysia4Palestine channel, viewers can donate to the official fund of Akaun Amanah Kemanusiaan Rakyat Palestin (AAKRP) by scanning an on-screen QR code.

Viewers can also directly contribute to the cause of Palestine through on-screen calls to action.

The Malaysia4Palestine channel will also be available on NJOI, Gempak, Xuan and Astro Ulagam.

Additional information on this channel can be found on Astro Malaysia's social media platforms.

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