Kanoon Towhid warmly invites you to the Big Debate on Iran:
“Iran Sanctions: A Silent War?”
With renowned speakers:
– Peter Jenkins: Former British Ambassador to the IAEA
– Lord David Hannay: Baron of Chiswick, Chair of United Nations Association UK
– Abbas Edalat: Founder and Head of Campaign Against Sanctions and Military Intervention in Iran (CASMII)
– Paul Ingram (chair): Executive Director of British American Information Security Council
Join us in a debate that will put forward differing arguments with regards to the nuclear issue of Iran, and whether sanction are a legitimate way to deal with this matter.
Date: Wednesday 28/03/2012
Time: 18:30 – 20:30
Islamic Students Association – Kanoon Towhid
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