Voice of Hope started broadcasting on mediumwave 1287 kHz from Israel in March 2017. Their 50 kilowatt transmitter located at She’ar-Yeshuv south of the border with Lebanon has been widely heard by European DX-ers since the station started using 1287 kHz and was also heard at Lista in March.
The target area of these broadcasts are Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Israel, Cyprus, Turkey and Egypt. The Voice of Hope broadcasts Christian programmes almost exclusively in Arabic on this frequency, but station identifications in a.o. English can also be heard.
In addition to this mediumwave operation from the Middle East, Voice of Hope also broadcasts on shortwave from KVOH in Los Angeles and from Zambia. Voice of Hope is a very DX-friendly station and verifies all correct reports with nice QSL-cards. My QSL-card depicted above was signed by Ray Robinson, Vice-President for Global Operations.