A photo obtained exclusively by ABC News gives viewers an opportunity to look into the eyes of stone-cold Islamic terrorist Tashfeen Malik as she arrives in America.
Husband Syed Rizwan Farook is seen in the photo standing behind her as the terror couple responsible for killing 14 people enter the country last year through O’Hare International Airport in Chicago.
ABC News chief investigative correspondent Brian Ross posted the photo on social media:
— Brian Ross Investigates (@BrianRoss) December 7, 2015
Farook, single at the time, traveled to Saudi Arabia in July 2014, and was accompanied by his Pakistani-born jihadi bride when he returned less than two weeks later, ABC News reported. Malik entered the U.S. on what is known as a “fiancé” visa, which allows Americans to petition for a partner’s temporary entry before marriage.
From ABC News:
The image, apparently taken as the couple moved through customs in Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport on July 27, 2014 and obtained exclusively by ABC News, shows Tashfeen Malik clad in all black looking directly into the camera as the taller Syed Rizwan Farook stands behind her, black bearded and with a blank expression. It is the most recent photograph of the two to be made public.
The reaction on social media to the photo suggests Americans have had it with jihad on the home soil. Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:
— One Horse Open Gay (@GayPatriot) December 7, 2015
— Gerry Daly (@GerryDales) December 7, 2015
— Jenny Echevarria (@J5nny102) December 7, 2015
— hypervista (@hypervista) December 7, 2015
— bbwlaw (@ballewlaw) December 7, 2015
— Lynn Davis (@LynnDavisWV) December 7, 2015
— Robert (@EPGOAT) December 7, 2015
— Bilford Wrimley (@Bilford_Wrimley) December 7, 2015
— Milt Harris (@Harris9Milt) December 7, 2015
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