Historical Security Council




The Six Day War (1967)

Number of Delegates



Friday: TBA

The United Nations Security Council, consisting of 5 permanent members with veto powers and 10 temporary participating states, is one of the main bodies of the United Nations. Having the primary task of maintaining of international peace and security, the Council debates and take decisions upon the most crucial problems of the world to prevent further escalations of the conflicts. Throughout the IsarMUN’19, the participants of the Council will be focusing on the question of the immediate aftermath to the Six Days War in 1967 between Israel and its neighbours.


The Chairs

Evangelia Nathanail

Originally from Greece, Evangelia Nathanail attended the German School of Thessaloniki and is now a Biochemistry B.Sc. student at the Freie Universität Berlin. Nursing her not-so-hidden passions — diplomacy and international cooperation — Evangelia is an avid Model United Nations and Erasmus+ participant. Now she mainly spends her time in the lab, organizing projects in Berlin such as Global-In Fellowship or TEDxHUBerlin or debating and MUNing in international conferences. She can’t wait to meet you all in Munich!

Ismail Ismail

Ismail was born and raised in Cairo, Egypt where he attended a German foreign school until 2013. Upon graduating, he moved to Munich to pursue a degree in Economics at the Ludwig Maximilian University (LMU) where he is currently enrolled in its Graduate School of Economics. He attended his first Model UN conference in 2011 and still very much considers every conference he attended an enriching experience. Ismail will be serving as your Chair of the Historical Security Council at what will be his 6th(!) IsarMUN in total, having also served as Secretary General of IsarMUN back in 2015.

Vivian van der Linde

Vivian is half Dutch, half English, but grew up in Vienna, Austria. Having completed a Bachelor in European Studies, she is currently enrolled in a Master in Crisis and Security Management of Leiden University in The Hague, where she focuses on organised crime and counterterrorism. This is her second year chairing at IsarMUN and she looks forward to revisiting the beautiful city of Munich and a wonderful conference.