Malaysians ban Iranian missile exhibit
24-Apr-2008 (one comment)

Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Najib Razak said Iranian companies were ordered out of the Defense Services Asia show Tuesday because their exhibition was deemed "offensive."

"Unfortunately, when we came around to inspecting their stand, they displayed equipment that clearly contravened the UN resolution - equipment such as missiles and missile systems and others," Najib told reporters.

Najib said the exhibit was in defiance of UN resolutions that ban Iranian arms exports and forbid countries from providing Iran with technical and financial assistance that could contribute to its alleged nuclear weapons program.


UN rules stop Seyyeds

by alimostofi on

It is with great thanks to UN and the Malaysians that we Iranians that have a peaceful nature have to look up to. We cannot fight these monsters in any other way but through the application of International Law, until decent ancient laws of Iran come back.