This photo of San Bernardino terrorist Tashfeen Malik and Syed Farook was taken as they entered the United States from Saudi Arabia.

One look at these Muslim extremists freaks pretty much sounds off every single red alarm possible. If anyone was asked to make up what a likely terrorist couple would look like these are the poster children.

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Daily Mail reports on the newly released image below:

A new image has emerged showing the San Bernardino husband-and-wife terrorist duo as dour newlyweds entering the US upon their arrival from Saudi Arabia last year.
The image, first obtained by ABC News Monday morning, was apparently taken as Syed Farook and his bride, Tashfeen Malik, were going through customs in Chicago's O'Hare International Airport on the evening of July 27, 2014.

It marks the first time that the couple responsible for killing 14 people and injuring 21 others during a holiday party held at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California, on December 2 are seen posing together.

The photograph depicts Ms Malik, 29, dressed in a black hijab on her head and what appears to be a matching dress, staring stone-faced straight into the camera in her first moments on US soil.
Farook, 28, wearing a loose light-colored shirt and a skull cap, stands a few paces behind his partner.
The future San Bernardino gunman is sporting a beard but no mustache in the photo. The couple, who according to federal officials met on an Islamic matrimonial site in 2013, are wearing blank expressions in the photo.

Investigators with the FBI previously revealed that Malik entered the US on a K-1 fiancee visa and married Farook in California a month later. The wedding in Riverside may have been preceded by an earlier religious ceremony in Saudi Arabia, according to some officials.

In late May of this year, the newlyweds welcomed their baby daughter, who is now 6 months old and an orphan after Malik and Farook were killed in a gun battle with police just hours after the Wednesday morning shooting rampage.
Also on Monday, ABC News released what is believed to be the first recording featuring the 28-year-old gunman's voice.

Farook, who was born in Illinois to Pakistani parents, is heard stating his full name, 'Syed Farook,' in a clear voice, without any audible accent, in a voicemail greeting.
The release of the first known photo of the terrorist duo comes as federal officials continue to delve into Malik and Farook's biographies in an effort to trace their path to radicalization, and learn what contacts the woman might have had with Islamic militants in Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, where she grew up.

It was revealed on Friday that Malik pledged allegiance to ISIS on Facebook just minutes into the deadly attack.

A news agency affiliated with the extremist group later described the married couple as supporters of ISIS, but stopped short of claiming responsibility for the massacre in California.
An official said on condition of anonymity that authorities still lack clear evidence that the wife was radicalized overseas or that she in turn radicalized her husband, though they are actively investigating that.

The FBI announced on Friday that based on existing evidence, including a massive stockpile of pipe bombs and ammunition in the couple's Redlands, California, home, the shooting rampage was being investigated as an act of terror.

It was also revealed that in the days leading up to the massacre, Farook made two trips to a gun range in Riverside, law enforcement sources confirmed to Fox News on Sunday.
According to the sources, the shooter spent time at the Riverside Magnum Shooting Range on November 29 and November 30, firing an AR-15 and a handgun, which he brought with him.
Federal investigators also believe that both Malik and Farook were 'dry-firing,' or pulling the trigger on an unloaded weapon, in the backyard of a home in the run-up to the attack.

Malik's estranged relatives in Pakistan have said she appeared to have abandoned the family's moderate Islam and become more radicalized in Saudi Arabia, where she moved as a toddler.
She returned to Pakistan and studied pharmacy at Bahauddin Zakaria University in Multan from 2007 to 2012.



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