Doesn’t he have a point here?
The Libyan leader, facing an international arrest warrant for his brutal response to the rebel uprising, delivered the warning of vengeance in an audio message played to thousands of supporters in Tripoli’s Green Square.
“These people [the Libyans] are able to one day take this battle … to Europe, to target your homes, offices, families, which would become legitimate military targets, like you have targeted our homes,” he said.
War is one of these mutual things, isn’t it? We bomb him, he’s allowed to bomb us? We shoot at him, he’s allowed to shoot at us?
And if not, why not?