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Colonel Gaddafi hosts second gathering of glamorous Italian women

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    Colonel Gaddafi hosts second gathering of glamorous Italian women

    The Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi has hosted a second evening event in Rome to which he invited 200 beautiful Italian women.



    By Nick Squires in Rome
    Published: 5:10PM GMT 17 Nov 2009

    [​IMG] Two Italian girls show a copy of the Koran they received after attending a 'party' given by Libyan Leader Col. Muammar Gaddafi Photo: EPA


    They were under orders not to show too much leg or cleavage. But a strict dress code for 200 glamorous young Italian women appeared to have slipped somewhat when they were entertained for a second time by Libya's eccentric leader, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.
    Many of the women were photographed turning up for the unusual soiree on Monday night wearing tight black leather mini-skirts, high heels and tops with plunging necklines.


    The dress code had relaxed considerably since Sunday, when another group of 200 Italian girls were invited to a reception by the Libyan leader, who is in Rome for the UN World Food Summit.

    For that occasion, they were told by the modelling agency that recruited them not to wear jeans, see-through or suggestive clothing or skirts above the knee.
    Col Gaddafi again used the agency, Hostessweb, to hand-pick a fresh batch of 200 women - each paid 60 euros (£53) - and have them brought by bus to the Libyan ambassador's residence.
    Each was given a copy of the Koran. But unlike on Monday night, when the first group of girls sat through a meandering discourse on Islam, sexism in the West and Col Gaddafi's belief that the crucifixion of Jesus was fraudulent, this time he permitted the women to ask him questions.

    He struck an uncharacteristically discreet note when asked by one of his glamorous guests what he thought of the notorious pool parties hosted by the Italian prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi, at his villa in Sardinia.

    Photographs of topless young women lounging by the pool and taking outdoor showers at Mr Berlusconi's luxury retreat on the Costa Smeralda made international headlines when they were appeared earlier this year.

    Confronted with the question, Col Gaddafi reportedly smiled and said "Sssh", putting his fingers to his lips and refusing to be drawn on the subject.

    He was also asked what he thought of Italy being condemned by the European Court of Human Rights for displaying crucifixes in schools.

    "The important thing is not to put religion into the state. In Libya we don't oblige anyone to hang a crescent on the wall, although those who want to can," he was quoted as saying.

    Repeating an appeal he made on Monday evening, he urged the girls to convert to Islam and offered to help them travel to Mecca on pilgrimage if they did so.

    Earlier in the day, Gaddafi attended the food summit at the headquarters of the Food and Agricultural Organisation but then went on a walkabout in Rome, surrounded by 30 bodyguards and minders, some in traditional Arab dress.

    To the amazement of bystanders he dropped into a cafe in a historic piazza in the city centre and ordered a cappuccino and a glass of water.
    Col Gaddafi was due to host a third soiree on Tuesday night but he cancelled the event and left Rome for Tripoli.

    Source:The Telegraph
     
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