Tag: Islamic Extremism

“Iran, Hamas and Hezbollah: Antisemitism and Holocaust Denial” Berlin Conference – Part 2

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“Iran, Hamas and Hezbollah: Antisemitism and Holocaust Denial” Berlin Conference Part 2 out of 3 Dr. Meir Litvak, Associate Professor at the Department of Middle Eastern History, Director of the Alliance Center for Iranian Studies, and Senior Research Fellow at the Dayan Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Tel Aviv University Alexander Ritzmann, Political Analyst […]

“Iran, Hamas and Hezbollah: Antisemitism and Holocaust Denial” Berlin Conference – Part 1

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“Iran, Hamas and Hezbollah: Antisemitism and Holocaust Denial” Berlin Conference Part 1 out of 3 Introduction Dr. Charles Small, Koret Distinguished Scholar and Director of ISGAP Dr. Matthias Kuntzel, Research Associate at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Q & A session with Dr. Kuntzel and Dr. Small Date: March 26, 2009

Charles Small & Bret Stephens – “Radical Islam and the Nuclear Bomb”

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Speakers: Dr. Charles Small and Bret Stephens Charles Small is the founder and director of the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy and a lecturer of ethics, politics and economics at Yale. Bret Stephens is a writer and editor for the Wall Street Journal. Lecture: Radical Islam and the Nuclear Bomb As […]

Shaul Mofaz – “The Iranian Regime: Nuclear Ambitions, Ideology and International Challenges”

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Speaker: Israel’s Deputy Prime Minister Lt. Gen. Shaul Mofaz Minister of Transportation and Road Safety Former Minister of Defense and and Chief of Staff of the IDF Lecture: “The Iranian Regime: Nuclear Ambitions, Ideology and International Challenges” Date: April 30, 2008

Understanding the Challenge of Iran – Panel 4

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Understanding the Challenge of Iran Conference – Panel 4 Date April 30, 2008 International Law – Terror and Incitement Video Professor Gregory Gordon, Assistant Professor of Law at the University of North Dakota – “From Incitement to Indictment? Prosecuting Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for Advocating Israel’s Destruction” Professor David Menashri, Director of The Center for Iranian Studies […]

Understanding the Challenge of Iran Conference – Panel 3

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Understanding the Challenge of Iran Conference – Panel 3 Date April 30, 2008 Iranian Society and “The Other” Video Professor Saeed Paivandi, Professor of Sociology at Paris-8 University – “Discrimination and Intolerance in Iranian Curriculum” Tom Parker, Executive Director of the Iran Human Rights Documentation Center – “Promoting a Culture of Human Rights in Iran” […]

Understanding the Challenge of Iran Conference – Panel 2

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Understanding the Challenge of Iran Conference – Panel 2 Date April 30, 2008 The Regime – Ideology, Politics & International Terror Video Patrick Clawson, Deputy Director for Research at The Washington Institute for Near Policy in Washington, DC. – “Why Does Iran Want A Nuclear Weapon?” Michael Rubin, Resident Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, […]

Understanding the Challenge of Iran Conference – Panel 1

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Understanding the Challenge of Iran Conference – Panel 1 Date April 30, 2008 The Iranian Regime and Human Rights Video Professor Hooshang Amirahmadi, Professor of Urban Planning & Policy Development and Director of the Center for Middle Eastern Studies (CMES) at Rutgers University – “Iran’s Power Structure and Implications for Democratic Change” Mehrangiz Kar, Iranian […]