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Un professeur terroriste meurtrier autorisé à enseigner dans des universités d’Ottawa

UPDATE TUESDAY 7:24 AM: UNIVERSITY SAYS "PROFESSOR" WILL NOT BE RETURNING. But in a terse statement released Tuesday afternoon, the university said that a full-time faculty member "will immediately replace the current instructor, Hassan Diab." The move was being made to provide students "with a stable, productive academic environment that is conducive to learning," according to the statement. The release went on to say there would be no further comment on the matter by the university. A university education for your children indeed. What are they learning? This depraved savage should be facing a jury in France (!) and a firing squad when found guilty. (Atlas Shrugs).


Muslim Professor Charged with Deadly French Synagogue Bombing Returns to Teaching Post at University

via Atlas Shrugs by Pamela Geller on 7/28/09

A university education for your children indeed. What are they learning? This depraved savage should be facing a jury in France (!) and a firing squad when found guilty.

A file photo taken 06 October 1980 shows then Paris Mayor Jacques Chirac (R) looking at the damage after a bomb attack at a Paris synagogue rue Copernic killed four people.

Ottawa prof charged in deadly bombing to return to university Vancouver Sun hat tip (Ken)

OTTAWA — An Ottawa university professor charged in the deadly terrorist bombing of a French synagogue nearly 30 years ago is expected to resume teaching this week.

Hassan Diab, who is charged with murdering four people in the 1980 bombing, will begin teaching a part-time introductory sociology course at Carleton University two days a week until the middle of August.

Diab, whose strict bail conditions prevent him from leaving the house alone, will be required to travel to and from the university with his common-law spouse Rania Tfaily, an Ottawa court heard Monday.

But once at the university, Diab will no longer need an escort.

Diab’s lawyer, Rod Sellar, told an Ottawa court Monday Diab will be at Carleton teaching and meeting with students between 1:30 and 5:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, but the course may require him to go to the university almost daily.

Lin Moody, a spokeswoman for Carleton University, confirmed Monday that the school has hired Diab to teach for few weeks this summer. He was given a contract, she said, because of "an unforeseen leave" taken by the instructor who had originally been hired to teach the introductory sociology course.

Diab had taught a similar course before at Carleton, Moody said.

The 55-year-old Lebanese native, who became a Canadian citizen in 1993, has been under virtual house arrest since he was arrested late last year. Conditions of his bail require him to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet, obey a curfew, report to the RCMP regularly and not own a cellphone.

Diab and Tfaily were in court Monday to determine what items seized during RCMP raids of Tfaily’s condominium and her Carleton University office can be sent to French officials as potential evidence in their case against Diab.

Diab and Tfaily intend to argue that the RCMP searches were unlawful and the seized items should not be sent to France.

Federal prosecutors are hoping Ontario Superior Court Justice Robert Maranger will grant an order sending some of the items, specifically computer hard drives and USB sticks, to France as soon as possible.

Photograph by: Sketch by Ronn Sutton, The Ottawa Citizen


Palestinian Muslim - Synagogue Bomb Suspect - Arrested Canadian Officials
Arrest Man for Paris Attack 25 years Ago

Twenty-five years after a terror attack at a Paris synagogue, a Canadian professor was arrested today on charges that he was involved in the Oct. 3, 1980 bombing that killed four people and wounded at least 20 others, Canadian authorities told ABC News.

The professor, Hassan Diab, 54, was arrested with the assistance of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police on a provisional arrest warrant and a request for extradition granted to French authorities by a Canadian court, authorities said.

That all changed a year ago when reports in French and Canadian newspapers said French authorities suspected Diab was the leader of the group that launched the commando-style attack on the rue Copernic synagogue.

The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-Special Operations group was blamed for the strike, according to authorities.

Diab, who holds dual Canadian and Lebanese citizenship, is a part-time instructor at two prominent Canadian colleges, the University of Ottawa and Carleton University.

While French authorities called the arrest a final chapter in a long manhunt, Canadian authorities braced for possible public backlash over their willingness to assist in the arrest.

© Atlas Shrugs


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Mis en ligne le 29 juillet 2009, par M. Macina, sur le site