Why does Iran want nuclear weapons capability?


David Nissan

Temple Israel is proud to host "Inside the Mind of Iran's Leader," an in-person talk from Iran and Middle East expert David Nissan, on Saturday, May 28, immediately following Shabbat services and kiddush in the Roth Social Hall.

Imagine that Iran's leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, comes to Orlando, and in a one-time meeting with an American audience talks openly and candidly about issues that concern us about his country. What are the real reasons behind Iran's relentless quest to attain nuclear weapons capability? Why is Iran so extremely anti-Zionist and what causes it to target Israel as its main enemy in the region? How does the current Iranian leadership view the world order, and what are its strategic objectives in the Middle East? Instead of listening to people talking about Iran, why not hear the answers to these important questions from Iran's leader himself?

In this unusually candid and straightforward presentation, David Nissan will assume the identity of Iran's leader, enabling a deeper and more accurate understanding of Iran's behavior in the international arena. Born and raised in Iran, David Nissan is an Israeli expert on Iran and the Middle East. He has a B.A. in Middle Eastern Studies and an M.A. in International Relations from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. For sixteen years, he served as officer and commander in the Israeli Defense Forces as a consultant for the Ministry of Defense for another seven years. Learn more at http://www.davidnissan.com.

This program is free and open to the community. To keep quality, educational programming free of charge in the future, please consider making a donation or sponsoring an upcoming event by contacting Temple Israel Adult Education Chair Natan Brener at natanbrener@gmail.com or 407-435-8613. Sponsorships at the $100 level are encouraged. Thanks in advance for your generosity and support.


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