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Muslim group on helping San Bernardino shooters' family: No one should suffer for the sins of others
by Sarah Parvini
The call about the missing man — and the massacre — came in the early afternoon to the front desk of the office in Anaheim.
Farhan Khan told Hussam Ayloush, the Council on American-Islamic Relations' executive director in Los Angeles, that his brother-in-law, Syed Rizwan Farook, could not be accounted for after someone barged into a meeting at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino and opened fire, killing and wounding scores of people. Khan feared that his wife's brother was among the dead.
Less than an hour later, after Ayloush had urged him to remain calm, Khan called back. Farook was not a victim of the mass shooting, but the suspected author of it, Khan said.
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