- US officials have handed information to Pakistani authorities linking Tashfeen Malik to country’s notorious Red Mosque
- Pakistani authorities now considering a move against Maulana Aziz, the preacher at the mosque who this year proclaimed support for ISIS
- Malik was born in Pakistan, brought up in Saudi, and returned four years ago to study pharmacy degree at university
- Pakistani prime minister’s brother held talks with US officials in London over country’s link to massacre of 14 in San Bernardino
The woman who took part in the ISIS-inspired San Bernardino massacre is linked to her native country’s most notorious radical mosque, American officials believe.
Sources have told Daily Mail Online that US officials handed over information to their Pakistani counterparts about links between Tashfeen Malik and the Red Mosque in Islamabad.
The mosque is infamous for its links to violence and authorities in Pakistan are now considering taking action against its preacher, Maulana Abdul Aziz, after the disclosures by US officials.
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