Don't Stand by, Rethink: IRAN

Live Webcast on Iran's global threat.

June 10, 2010 11:54
Ahmadinejad peace sign

Ahmadinejad peace sign 311. (photo credit: Associated Press)


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Jewish think tank Leadel.NET on Thursday was set to bring together three of the top Middle East experts on the Iranian issue to "re-evaluate" and "rethink Iran."

The speakers will meet at the IDC center in Herzliya.

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In a statement released before the webcast was set to begin, the group asserted that, "Despite recent current events, and despite recent current events,  Iran - still - is probably the single most dangerous ideological threat to the world today."

"Let's not lose sight of bigger problems facing not only Jews, but the world at large," the statement added.

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