Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi told CNN that his country rejects terrorism. That he'd make such a claim to the US news media is none too surprising; more interesting is his rejection of terrorism as contrary to Islamic law:
We term them heretics, actually. They are non-Muslims. They are outside Islam.
The more people like Gadhafi, who can by no means be construed as a US ally, take this position, the more marginalized the yo-yos who spread the fruitless doctrine of terrorism will become. Gadhafi is actually a good person to issue this message; his country did embrace terrorism and realized in no uncertain terms the futility of walking that path.