Assadissa (the Sixth or “Chain Mohammed VI of the Holy Qu’an”) is a popular themed TV channel. It’s a Moroccan public television station devoted to religious affairs for a wider audience. Broadcast to France, this free channel focuses on the teachings of Islam providing viewers with a better understanding of Islamic values, in French. The Hotbird Satellite broadcasts Assadissa every day from 12.00 to 0.00 local (17h to 23h on Hotbird) an interesting variety of programmes. There are Koranic recitations and during religious broadcasts, religious dramas, debates, newsletters including documentaries. The TV guide also has other topics for educational purposes such as health, family and youth entertainment. During peak hours Hotbird broadcasts the radio version of Assadissa. Hotbird 13 has channels that reflect the interests of viewers. The highlights on Assadissa are the live broadcasts of Friday prayers from the mosque in the Kingdom of Morocco, Tarawith prayers in the Casablanca Hassan II mosque during Ramadan, prayers of Eid al-Adha and Eid al-Fitr from the mosque of the Royal Palace in Rabat. There are also the famous lectures of Hassaniennes throughout Ramadan. Each year Assadissa offers exceptional viewing especially during the holy month of Ramadan with two hours of additional dissemination and unpublished productions in Arabic. It’s easy to watch the practice of religious practices of Morocco in French on the Assadissa channel.