Just in case Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi didn't get the message that New Jersey doesn't want him visiting their state or the town of Englewood, where his country owns a 25-rooom mansion, there was a rally in Englewood to repeat the refrain, "Not In My Backyard!"

The Star-Ledger reports that relatives of victims from the Lockerbie plane bombing spoke: Laurie Ciulla, whose father was killed, said that her family has been upset by the possibility of Gadhafi spending part of next month in the NJ suburb, "As a nation, we just simply cannot host Colonel Gadhafi. He is not welcome here any more than any other terrorist would be," while Jack Flynn, who son died, said it was "scary -- almost creepy" near the Libyan property (the protest was held on the neighboring property owned by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach) and that Gadhafi "was the man who ordered the bombing of Pan Am 103. There's no doubt about it."

Governor Jon Corzine was present—"We must protest terrorism in every form and we must reject those who sponsor it"—and Englewood mayor Michael Wildes suggested that Gadhafi be arrested when he arrive on U.S. soil. Boteach said Englewood as a "terrorist-free zone" and "We told him to kiss a bold part of our New Jersey anatomy." Here's video:

Englewood to Gadhafi: Stay out!

And Senator Charles Schumer called for sanctions against Britain if there really was a quid-pro-quo deal for oil in return for Scotland's release of convicted (in Scotland) Lockerbie bomber Abdel Baset al-Megrahi.