Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal spoke out against radical Islam at a meeting in London Sunday (Jan. 18). Jindal, who is on the radar to run for the US presidency in 2016, also called on Muslim leaders to tell all who follow the religion that committing acts of terror “is not practicing Islam at all.”
Jindal said, "In my country, Christianity is the largest religion. And we require exactly no one to conform to it. And we do not discriminate against anyone who does not conform to it. It’s called freedom."
In an interview after the speech, Jindal went on to say that radical Islamic terrorists will go to Hell.
"Muslim leaders must make clear, these individuals are not going to enjoy the afterlife, they are not going to be martyrs, but rather they are going to Hell," the governor said.
Publication date: January 21, 2015