**Do we need Feminism?**
Comments From Previous Guests
Good luck with your work. You were very kind to have us over to your event. I enjoyed it and I enjoyed meeting you.
Philip C Bobbitt (Former US Director for Intelligence)
Philip C Bobbitt was invited to speak on "The 'War on Terror': Does it make Sense?".
I greatly enjoyed the meeting. The audience were combative not hostile. All credit must go the organisers as dialogue of this kind is essential in all our interests. A slightly longer time might have been useful as the dialogue had only just begun and there were several people anxious to contribute with question or statements.
Sir Malcolm Rifkind (former British Foreign Secretary)
Sir Malcolm Rifkind was invited to speak on "War On Terror: Winning Hearts and Minds".
I would recommend non-Muslims to speak and thought the Chairman was fine. I know he thought I talked too much.
For the future - I would suggest you ought to tackle Islam and Secularism and Islam and Democracy, and the position of women under Islam.
Lord Norman Lamont (Ex Chancellor of the Exchequer)
Lord Norman Lamont was invited to speak on "Dealing with the aftermath of : 9/11 and 7/7.