Malaysian censors change their minds on Iraq
The MalaysianCensor Board, Censorship Film Malaysia, has overturned its previous ruling toban Bahman Ghobadi's Marooned In Iraq. The board originally informeddistributor Sureya Film at the end of March that the film promoted the image ofSaddam Hussein as "inhumane" and would be damaging to relationsbetween Malaysia and Iraq and Iran.The ruling was overturned this week in the wake ofSaddam's removal from power by a US-led coalition army.
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