A New Jersey man has been charged with conspiring to help the terrorist group Hezbollah by allowing people to obtain satellite broadcasts of a Hezbollah television station, federal prosecutors said yesterday. The man, Saleh Elahwal, 53, of Matawan, N.J., was charged in an 11-count indictment unsealed yesterday in Federal District Court. The indictment also charged another man, Javed Iqbal of Staten Island, who was arrested in August. The indictment charges the men with helping people receive broadcasts of Al Manar, which features programming that promotes Hezbollah’s positions, prosecutors said. Messages left for the men’s lawyers were not returned yesterday. Mr. Iqbal’s supporters have said he was exercising free speech.