War Criminal Tony Blair Should Not Be Allowed on Malaysian Soil

This is a petition by the Perdana Global Peace Organisation in conjunction with its partners, and addressed to all Malaysian NGO’s, their members and supporters.

We ask you to join in our opposition to the decision by Success Resources, a company founded in Singapore, to bring former British Prime Minister Tony Blair to Malaysia as a sponsored speaker at the National Achievers Congress, Sunway Pyramid Convention Centre, 23 April to 25 April 2010.

We strongly oppose this decision because we believe Blair is a war criminal for his role in the war of aggression in Iraq. In international law and under the Nuremberg principles, war of aggression constitutes the supreme crime. This war also contravenes the United Nations Charter and has led to the death of over one million Iraqis.

To have him on our soil is a travesty of natural justice and a mockery to those Iraqis who have paid with their lives for Blair’s illegal war. To this day, the killing, butchery and enormous suffering endures.

It is our utmost hope that Malaysian NGOs, their members and supporters who feel and sympathise with the Iraqis, will sign this petition to tell Blair and the organisers that he is not welcome in Malaysia.

Please click here to sign the petition.

Perdana Leadership Foundation No.1, Jalan P8H, Precinct 8 | 62250 Putrajaya | Wilayah Persekutuan | Malaysia Call us : 603-8885 8900 | E-mail us: [email protected]  | Visit our website: www.perdana.org.my

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