Krauthammer: It’s ‘insane’ not to target mosques for info on homegrown jihadists

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Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer says that despite a “phobia” about targeting mosques as places to gather information about terrorist threats, it’s “insane” not to do so.

“That’s exactly where you have to go. It’s so politically correct,” the syndicated columnist said Friday on Fox News’ “Special Report.”

“It’s so insane not to do that because you’d be afraid of a bias or a prejudice,” he added. “These shooters are not randomly chosen from the population.”

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Krauthammer explained that there are limited resources through which to gain intelligence on potential jihadists.

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

Will the politically correct left dare label Krauthammer an “Islamophobe?”

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