Most people’s attention is rightly on the 15 British servicemen and women held in
Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi said on Friday that it was a mistake to believe that Christianity was a universal faith alongside Islam.
"There are serious mistakes -- among them the one saying that Jesus came as a messenger for other people other than the sons of
Gaddafi, who is seeking to expand his influence in
There is only one religion which is Islam after Mohammed," he said in the sermon, which was broadcast live on Libyan state television. "All those believers who do not follow Islam are losers," Gaddafi also said it was a mistake to believe that Jesus had been crucified and killed. "It is not correct to say that. Another man resembling Jesus was crucified in his place." Why?
The mass prayers, chaired by Gaddafi, came a day after Arab leaders wrapped up a summit in
Dissention in the ranks, jolly good.