Experts  to Probe New  Fears  and Hopes of the Post 9-11 Age


The Hellenic University Club of New York will present a distinguished panel of experts  discussing  "Terrorism, Religious Extremism, and the Clash of Civilizations."  The event will take place on Wednesday,  May 23, at 6:30 p.m. at the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity Center ,  337 E. 74th Street , New York New York .


Five years after the fall of the World Trade Center , are we still afraid?  Why?  What have we learned?  Are there solutions?  Can religious tolerance be learned?  Will terrorism "go away"?  The panel will weigh the major issues of our time.

Panel members include: Nasir Farouqui, president of the Long Island Islamic Center;  Dr. Thomas Mallios, psychologist;   Dr. Robert Saunders, author and expert on global terrorism;  Dr. Aristides Scoufelis, historian and economist; and  the Rev. Dr.  Robert Stephanopoulos, Dean of the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, a leading ecumenicist.

The event  is free and open to the public.  A coffee hour will follow.