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California shooting attackers were husband and wife Tashfeen Malik got visa from Pakistan: US

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California shooting attackers were husband and wife Tashfeen Malik got visa from Pakistan: US

Washington (Monitoring Desk) The United States Department of State has said that both the man and the woman who opened fire in California were husband and wife, Syed Farooq Rizwan was born in the United States to Pakistani parents, while Tashfeen Malik traveled to the United States on a Pakistani visa, but it was not clear which one. Visa was obtained from Islamabad.
While briefing the media, Mark Toner, the Deputy Spokesperson of the US Department of State, said that Tashfeen Malik obtained a ‘K-1’ visa from Islamabad, which is given to people whose fiancees come to the US. He said that Tashfeen Malik got a visa from Pakistan and maybe he is a Pakistani citizen, but it was not clear in which year he got the visa. He said that Farooq Rizwan was born in America to Pakistani parents and the two attackers were husband and wife. .
It is to be remembered that at least 14 people were killed as a result of the shooting at the rehabilitation center for disabled people in California, but the two attackers were also killed in the police retaliatory action.

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On the other hand, Executive Director of CAIR Hussam Eloush said that Tashfeen used to live in Saudi Arabia.

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The California shooting attackers were identified as Tashfeen Malik and her husband Syed Rizwan Farook. According to US officials, Tashfeen Malik entered the United States on a fiancé visa from Pakistan in July 2014, and later obtained a green card for permanent residency. The couple carried out the shooting at a holiday party in San Bernardino on December 2, 2015, killing 14 people and injuring several others before being killed in a shootout with law enforcement.

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