Liberal pundits are taking Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal to task today over comments he made about radical Islam and so-called “no-go zones” in a speech and subsequent interviews in London this week.
Jindal, who is considering a run for president next year, gave a speech Monday to the Henry Jackson Society, a right-wing think tank that has been accused of pushing an anti-Muslim agenda. In that speech, he claimed there are areas in Europe where non-Muslims aren’t allowed and Islamic law rules.
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