Obama demands US 'won't be threatened' as IS hails aggressors
San Bernardino (United States) (AFP) - President Barack Obama demanded Saturday that America "won't be threatened" as the Islamic State gathering hailed the culprits of the mass shooting in California as "troopers" of its caliphate.The president's promise and fanatics' applause went ahead the heels of a declaration by the FBI that it was treating the examination concerning the San Bernardino frenzy as "a demonstration of terrorism."It is totally conceivable that these two assailants were radicalized to submit this demonstration of fear," Obama said of Syed Farook, 28, and his 29-year-old Pakistani wife Tashfeen Malik, who butchered 14 individuals and injured 21 others at a year-end office party on Wednesday.In its English-dialect radio show Saturday, IS held back before expressly asserting the assault yet alluded to the attackers as warriors of the Khilafah (caliphate) who were "killed in the way of Allah."In the bunch's Arabic-dialect radio telecast prior in the day, then again, they alluded to the assailants basically as "supporters of the Islamic State."Obama said in his week by week address that the Islamic State and other terrorist gatherings "are effectively reassuring individuals - around the globe and in our nation - to submit horrible demonstrations of savagery, frequently as solitary wolf performing artists."View exhibition Shooting in San Bernardino, California A law authorization officer looks over the proof close to the remaining parts of a SUV included in the Wednesda … "We are Americans," he included. "We will maintain our qualities - a free and open society. We are solid. What's more, we are flexible. What's more, we won't be threatened."The savagery denoted the deadliest mass shooting in the United States following the Newtown school slaughter in 2012.Hours after the assault, US-conceived Farook and Malik passed on in a firefight with police, leaving specialists to go over their assets to attempt to decide a rationale. "We have revealed proof that has driven us to learn of broad arranging," David Bowdich, the right hand FBI chief responsible for the Los Angeles office, told corresponde.