Libyan Leader Muammar al-Qaddafi (aka Muammar Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi) may have bombed at the United Nations with his rambling speech, but he is still trying to win the hearts and minds of the young. This week, Qaddafi spoke to an audience of young Italian women about the need for them to convert and come and see him in Libya for a vacation.
The Libyan government arranged for the audience by going through an agency that supplies attractive hostesses for conferences between the age of 18 to 35. Qaddafi wanted them to become Muslims and disabuse them of any misunderstanding about the treatment of women in Islam.
He also explained a few misconceptions about Christianity, including the fact that Christians are under the wrong idea that Christ was crucified. It turns out, according to Qaddafi that he wasn’t — it was just a guy who looked like Christ.
He gave them each a copy of the Koran, a copy of his Green Book, and a personal invitation to come to his country for a vacation and conversion.
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