Their session on April 25th was on the following statement:
The threat posed by Iran has been grossly exaggerated
Speaking for the motion: Iradj Bagherzade, Dr Ali Ansari, and Martin Woollacott.
Speaking against the motion: Dr Mehrdad Khonsari, Dr Patrick Clawson, and Roey Gilad.
Chair: Richard Lindley.
BBC-Persian has a detailed coverage here.
About 700 people attended the session and cast their votes before and after the debate:
Before the debate, 268 of the attendees believed that "Iran is an imminent threat"
253 of them thought that the threat is exaggerated, and 214 (about 30%) of them were not sure.
After the debate, two third of those undecided chose their stance and guess what:
|The threat posed by Iran has been grossly exaggerated|
|Date||April 25, 2006|
|Votes||Before debate||After debate|
"... The IAEA report shows that iran has accelarated its efforts to aquire nuclear weopons ..."
Apparantly, IAEA still has no evidence of existence of such nuclear weopons program.