Iran successfully test-fired a long-range, upgraded Sejil 2 missile on Wednesday, state television reported, a move likely to add to tension with Western powers worried by Tehran's nuclear ambitions.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said the launch was of serious concern to the international community and underlined the case for tougher sanctions against Iran, the world's fifth-largest oil exporter.
Well, now. Isn't that interesting?
The west has a habit of attacking "enemies" who cannot mount any significant form of retaliation. The significance of this event is the fact that the West is unable to attack Iran knowing that they CAN and WILL retaliate in a VERY big way.
Gordon Brown had better put his tail between his legs and crawl off under a rock somewhere.