Awaiting Extradition -- and Teaching
- Students Model Zombie Attack
- Quick Takes: George Washington Accepts Adjunct Ruling, Law School's Diversity Policy, Study Blasts Speech Codes, Cal State's Cyprus Policy, Conservative Jewish Seminaries Can Admit Gay Students, Abortion Wars at Canadian University
- Quick Takes: Shift Copyright Rules on Video in Classes, Hunger Strike at Purdue, Leprechaun Skeptic Expelled, Imitating Princeton's Web Site, Flaws in India's Higher Ed System, Cambridge Turns to Endowment Managers, Grawemeyer for World Order
- I Hate Book Reviews
- Rendition Under the Radar
Hassan Diab is facing extradition hearings in Canada following the decision by French authorities to charge him with a role in a bombing attack on a Paris synagogue that killed four people and wounded many others in 1980. A court hearing Monday revealed that Diab is teaching an introductory sociology course every Tuesday and Thursday at Carleton University in Ottawa, The Canadian Press reported. Diab maintains that he is innocent of the charges. Under his bail agreement, he cannot leave his house without being accompanied by one of five individuals but that requirement does not cover his time at the university.