On "Special Report" tonight, Charles Krauthammer said that it's "insane" not to target mosques to gather information concerning terrorism threats.

He said there's a "phobia" about targeting mosques as places to gather information. 

"That's exactly where you have to go. It's so politically correct," Krauthammer stated. "It's so insane not to do that because you'd be afraid of a biases or a prejudice. These shooters are not randomly chosen from the population."

He explained that you have to target where you're looking because there aren't infinite resources. 

"You'll get the information from the mosques," Krauthammer said. "In the end, the only way you're going to counter this, is by having Islamic radicalism defeated in the field." 

Watch the video above.

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