Not sure if you are watching, but the US Hockey team just scored 6 goals in the first period of the match versus Finland. And while the Fins may feel a little shellshocked, at least they don’t have to contend with this:
Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi is well known for his bizarre exploits, from demanding Bedouin-style housing in Central Park to verbally carpet-bombing the UN General Assembly. Now he’s shifted his focus from New York to a new target: Switzerland. Salah Sarrar of Reuters reports that Gaddafi, while unleashing on the November Swiss minaret ban (which the Atlantic Wire covered here and here), called for jihad against permanently-neutral Switzerland.
Is that in the rules? Are you allowed to declare jihad on neutral countries? Or will honor and manners dictate that another old European country stand in for the Swiss? Someone with a more warmongering past. What say, Germany. Hasn’t it been a few decades since they had an excellent military adventure?