“She started taking part in religious activities and also started asking women in the family and the locality to become good Muslims,” a relative of Malik in Pakistan who asked not to be named told the LA Times.
The relative described how she would speak to someone in Arabic on the Internet until late into the night, a language that the rest of the family did not understand.
An initial Arabic broadcast on al-Bayan, Isil daily online radio broadcast, announced that "two followers of Islamic State attacked several days ago a center in San Bernadino in California".
Maria Gutierrez, 56, who lives next door to the house that was searched by police, said she and her family were evacuated from their home at 1.30 am in preparation for the raid. This is the White House statement: On Sunday, December 6th at PM EST, President Obama will address the nation from the Oval Office about the steps our government is taking to fulfill his highest priority: keeping the American people safe.
Tashfeen Malik's pharmacy professor at the women's university in Multan, Pakistan, has told the Los Angeles Times that he cannot how the hardworking student he taught became involved in the mass shootings. Nisar Hussain, said: She was religious, but a very normal person as well. The President will provide an update on the ongoing investigation into the tragic attack in San Bernardino.
Investigators cautioned, however, that many of aspects of last week's event did not fit previous patterns.
The FBI believed there was evidence that Farook and Malik were "self-radicalised" under "inspiration by foreign terrorist organisations", according to James Comey, the bureau's director.
Malik arrived in the United States in July last year after meeting Farook online and arranging to marry him.