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Investigators: Wife may have been driving force in Calif shooting rampage

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By TAMI ABDOLLAH and BRIAN SKOLOFF

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Pakistani Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said Sunday that investigators so far have found no evidence linking Malik to Islamic militants. He said his country is ready to share any information it has about Malik and her family.“We have nothing to hide,” he said.

If there's nothing to hide that probably means they've hidden any evidence so well that it will not be found. Of course Pakistan has to say they're ready to share info knowing that for whichever faction is in charge today to get more international aid they have to appear to be co-operative.

I hope Saudi authorities are looking into the terrorist's family, assuming they're currently living in Saudi. The father sounds like an extremist himself. The less-than-magic Kingdom of the Sauds is filled with extremists, but I have to think because the terrorist's father is not a Saudi national he might be given that special and deserved treatment the Saudi police and religious forces are known for. This is a country infamous for Friday chop-chop square displays of brutality. And for its hospitality for those in the petroleum trades.

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How about clamping down on extremist mosques & madrassas and terrorist funding instead of those trying to shed some light on the situation? They will never learn.

With "allies" like Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, who needs enemies?

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America seems to have lots of enemies these days. Like CrazyJoe said, even many of our allies wish us harm.

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Women, amirite?

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Saudi Interior Ministry spokesman Maj. Gen. Mansour Al-Turki said authorities there have received no indication Malik was radicalized in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi definition of radicalisation: blogging for democracy.

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Oh, now the wife "radicalized" him. The issue still remains: Why is it that muslims are so prone to this radicalization, and why does this radicalization always start in a mosque and with reading scriptures? Our politicians and media keep refusing to address the source.

(Ironically, the president of an islamic country, Al Sisi did.... but we seem to be unable to.)

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Why is it that muslims are so prone to this radicalization,

Because they cannot kill people with impunity by joining the most powerful military in the world. Next, its because the Middle East has been kept unstable, down-trodden and/or totalitarian for the sake of that military's masters getting sweet oil deals. Then there is poverty. And there is also sympathy abroad when people identify with those people. You should study up on how Catholics got radicalized to join the IRA and how Americans supported them. Much of the same applies.

why does this radicalization always start in a mosque and with reading scriptures?

It doesn't by a long shot. It starts with low IQ, insanity and/or anger at the world or a group (sometimes justified anger). The next step is the influence of evil men and women and evil organizations who lie and brainwash those with low IQ, mental health issues and/ or anger.

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Of course we can trust Pakistan...

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It starts with low IQ, insanity and/or anger at the world or a group (sometimes justified anger).

I don't see any evidence for low IQ as a factor. Almost the opposite if we look at the people who have carried out atrocities in the US and Europe. Many professionals with the organizational abilities to carry out their tasks. Poverty, a sense of hopelessness, some smart and ruthless people ready to exploit those things, and a greedy Western sense of superiority that failed to notice what was happening would account for large scale movements within the middle east. The overthrow of the Shah in Iran is good example of that.

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Eyewitness claim the attackers were 3 tall athletic white men. I wonder what role, if any, this couple had in the attack.

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“We have nothing to hide,” he said.

Why should anyone believe Pakistan? They hid Osama bin Laden for years!

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Why should anyone believe Pakistan? They hid Osama bin Laden for years!

Exactly.

America seems to have lots of enemies these days. Like CrazyJoe said, even many of our allies wish us harm.

The west shakes hands with the white Daesh while we target the Black Daesh. Another JT poster has already stated, "All roads lead to Saudi."

While radical Islamic groups at times have mobilized women as suicide bombers, it is extremely rare in conservative Muslim societies for female jihadists to take part in actual combat

Oh great. Look for this to be the new trend. And wasn't there a female radical jihadi who blow herself to bits in France after 11/13? She even managed to kill a K-9 Police Dog.

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Doo-BopDec. 07, 2015 - 11:56PM JST Eyewitness claim the attackers were 3 tall athletic white men. I wonder what role, if any, this couple had in the attack.

It was also confirmed that the 2 supposed attackers were found in the back seat dead and handcuffed. Why would dead people be handcuffed ?

Also, photos show white marks on the road common on other shooting incidents which are placed to mark where a vehicle should be placed for photos. Looks like another murder, false flag.

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Wife may have been driving force in Calif shooting rampage

But . . . But, this couldn't be. She was a "devoted" muslim.

Looks like another murder, false flag.

Yeah pal. And according to the FBI, they weren't in Saudi. They didn't try try to rig pipe bombs and other ied's hoping to inlict terror of San Bernardino's 1st responders. The Quran (found in Farook's home) was "planted" too right? RofL-

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