The outspoken Oasis star gave his controversial opinions to Spanish newspaper El Mundo, slamming his friend Bono's "love them until they give up" approach.
Noel said: "They will try to finish with us all only because of some twisted logic supposedly sent by their God.
"How can you reason with someone like that?
"I’m worried the solution of people like my good friend Bono is to love them until they give up. I prefer to kill them all before they kill us.”
In the wake of terror attacks in Paris in November last year, U2 frontman Bono asked if people wanted "a Europe with its heart open or its borders closed to mercy".
Noel continued: "Too many people are going to die because of the freedom of movement in Europe: in Brussels, in Paris, in London or in any other place where they carry a bomb under their coat.
“The most important thing is that our leaders do nothing, they just talk.
"When something happens, they talk about what’s happening and go on about how we should unite to defeat terror."
By Charlotte Wareing