As part of the Hebrew University’s annual “The Middle East in Transition,” scholars discuss the Iranian nuclear program and what it means to Israel. The discussion raises interesting questions regarding Israeli rhetoric on the Iranian nuclear issue and its negative impact on Israeli society and national interest.
The speakers include:
Dr. Soli Shahvar (University of Haifa): Towards the “Great Civilization”: The Shah, the Iranian Nuclear Program, and the West, 1956-1979
Dr. Ephraim Kam (Institute for National Security Studies): A Military Operation Against Iran: Is It a Viable Option?
Prof. Shlomo Aronson (Hebrew University of Jerusalem): The Iranian Bomb: Is it an Existential Threat to Israel?