Public discussion: How dangerous is the Iranian nuclear program?

Panel discussion with Dr. Matthias Küntzel, Dr. Frederek Musall, Prof. Dr. Ralf Elger and Jonathan Weckerle

Halle, Unicampus, Melanchthonianum, HS XX, July 14 2009, 7:00 pm

„The timebomb ist ticking. Will the international community still be able to prevent Iran's reach for the bomb? Berlin is especially in the front line of this conflict: Germany has together with the five veto powers of the Security Council been entrusted to lead the negotiations with Iran and has a special responsibility to confront a regime that denies the Holocaust. At the same time Germany is still the by far most important trade partner and the prefered partner for dialogue of the Mullahs in the West."

Introduction: Jonathan Weckerle, Mideast Freedom Forum Berlin e.V.

Lecture: Dr. Matthias Küntzel, political scientist and publicist

Comments: Dr. Frederek Musall, Ignatz-Bubis-Stiftungsprofessor for Religion, History and Culture of European Judaism

Chair: Prof. Dr. Ralf Elger