It came after France confirmed it had supplied arms to anti-government rebels. PKG "We can not be treated similarly." This is what Gaddafi said by telephone to thousands of supporters gathered in the main Green Square of the capital Tripoli, a call for retaliatory bombings by NATO since March. He warned NATO should end its war in the air or defeat.
The rebel leader also denounced an arrest warrant issued against him by the International Criminal Court. Gaddafi accused Dutch court, one of his son and chief of intelligence with the murder of civilians in suppressing the revolt.
Meanwhile, African Union leaders on Friday offered to host talks between the Libyan government and the rebels on a ceasefire and the transition to a democracy.