In re: the immediately previous entry of July 9 "An Invitation to the United Arab Emirates" Here's how I chose to deal with Juergen Moellemann's invitation to speak at the Zayed Centre in Abu Dhabi, that reached me by mistake. I chose options 1, 7, 8. In other words, I posted the letter on the web, both here and at the Moellemann.com site. I forwarded the letter to some German journalists, and I sent a very kind note to the Zayed Centre letting them know their letter did not reach its intended recipient. Here is what I said:
Dear Sir or Madame,
Thank you for your letter. Please be advised that the people at this e-mail address do not have any personal connection with Mr. Moellemann, nor do we know how to reach him. I did take the opportunity to visit your website and I was intrigued by your Centre. In light of the other speakers that you have had recently (Mr. and Mrs. LaRouche and Mr. Meyssan, in particular), I concur that Mr. Moellemann would be an excellent choice for your program.
UPDATE (7/25): Die Zeit published an item about this episodePosted by Stefan Sharkansky at July 10, 2002 07:00 AM