Just an economic and commercial boycott, that’s all. But of course Qaddafi would be the first to oppose any economic and commercial boycott of Saudi Arabia for not allowing the construction of churches and synagogues — and Switzerland has done far less than that regarding mosques. “Libya says jihad against Switzerland ‘not an armed struggle,'” from the Telegraph, March 4 (thanks to Twostellas):
Libya said its leader Colonel Gaddafi’s call for “jihad” against Switzerland was not a reference to armed struggle.
Ali Aujali, Libya’s ambassador to the United States, said: “It is a call for (an) economic and commercial boycott against Switzerland, this is true, but it doesn’t mean by any means that it is an armed struggle.”
On Feb 25, Col Gaddafi called for a “jihad” against Switzerland, branding it an infidel state that was destroying mosques – an apparent reference to a Swiss referendum in favour of banning the construction of minarets.
But Mr Aujali said that Tripoli still expects an apology for US criticism of his remarks.…