During the war in Iraq, Iran launched a weapon development program against the embargo of the US and its Western allies. Since 1992 it has been producing many domestic weapons. Shabab-1 is the basis of the Iranian ballistic missile program. Ýt is a small-scale modified version of the Scud-B missile, which Iran received from Libya between 1985 and 1986. Its 350 km range allowed Iran to hit Baghdad during the Iran-Iraq War. Iran has further developed its shahab-1 missile with the support of the North Korea and this country revelaed the Shahab-2 missile with a range that can hit Israel. It was produced by modifying the Hwasong-6 ballistic missile of North Korea. Its range is 500 km. Fateh-110 is a short-range ballistic missile. It has a range of approximately 300 km. This missile was used by Iran and Syria in the Syrian civil war. It was also sent to Lebanon for the use of Hezbollah. Qiam 1 is An improved version of the Shahab-2 missile. Its Range has been increased to 750 km. Iran attacked the US base in Al Asad with this missile. Moreover, It is known that this missile was used in the battle in Yemen. Shabab-3 is a medium-range ballistic missile of Iran. It is the most advanced version of the Shahab series. The missile is an adaptation of Chinese construction DF-21 and North Korean construction Nodong-1. It has a range of 1,280 kilometers. It can hit targets up to Israel, Egypt, Romania, Bulgaria and Greece. The Ghadr-110 is a medium-range ballistic missile. The missile has a range of approximately 1,800-2,000km. After selling the right to use the Hwasong-10 ballistic missile of the N. korea to Iran, the Khorramshahr ballistic missile was developed as a modified version of this missile. Its range is between 1800–2000 km.