Don’t Miss This Event at 6:30pm on Monday, November 7th at the Sabes Jewish Community Center in Minneapolis! [THIS ARTICLE HAS BEEN UPDATED]
It’s not every day that you get to watch clips of the critically acclaimed movie “Iranium” and watch via satellite TV a live discussion of the threat of a nuclear Iran with a panel of influential and provocative names – John R. Bolton, Ethan Bronner, Richard Perle, Nazie Eftekhari and Alex Traiman. But if this is your thing, this is your week!
At the Sabes JCC, watch a panel of influential and provocative names discuss the threat of a nuclear Iran, featuring clips from the critically acclaimed documentary “Iranium.” The documentary is a stinging indictment of the current Iranian regime and highlights revolutionary efforts within Iran to topple the government.
The actual discussion will be taking place at the 92nd Street Y in New York. The discussion will be screened live via satellite at the Sabes JCC Minneapolis.
John R. Bolton is a former US Ambassador to the United Nations.
Richard Perle is a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and served as chairman of the Defense Policy Board during the Bush administration.
Alex Traiman is the director of Iranium and a professional journalist covering breaking events and analysis in the Middle East.
Richard Green is the executive director of the Clarion Fund, the nonprofit organization that produced and distributed Iranium as well as other documentary films on threats to international security. Nazie Eftekhari is the director for the Iran Democratic Union.
Ethan Bronner is the Jerusalem bureau chief for The New York Times.
This screening will be held at the Sabes JCC Minneapolis, located at 4330 S. Cedar Lake Road, Minneapolis, MN 55416 at 6:30pm. This program is sponsored by the Gary & Susan Rappaport Family Foundation.
Watch the trailer for “Iranium” here:
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