More university jihad. This gibes with the chemical engineering student who plotted to blow up the NY-to-Toronto passenger train over the Niagara. So much for the poorly educated, poverty stricken motive behind jihad. Teach them, train them, give them all the tools to wage jihad -- but do not dare monitor places where they are activated and inspired: the mosques.
Mohamadmahdi Kowsari, a University of Saskatchewan student, threatened the use of "dangerous chemicals." He was arrested after police found dangerous chemicals at his home. What are these "dangerous chemicals"?
Have they blamed the islamophobes yet?
"University of Saskatchewan 'Engineering Incident'" By Small Dead Animals (thanks to Chai)
From: U of S Announcement
Sent: October-25-13 8:15 AM
Wednesday's precautionary sweep by hazmat officials, of an engineering chemistry lab, was prompted by a student who threatened the potential use of dangerous chemicals. This student was arrested after a search of his home revealed chemicals stolen from the university. He has been charged with theft and remains in police
custody pending a court appearance today.
The student's name Mohamadmahdi Kowsari. A photograph is attached.
Reported by News Talk Radio staff First Posted: Oct 25, 2013
The president of the University of Saskatchewan is suspending and banning a student out of concern for the safety of the campus. Mohamadmahdi Kowsari, 25, was arrested after police found dangerous chemicals at his Cumberland Avenue home. He was charged with theft under $5,000. He will be in court in Saskatoon Friday. Wednesday Saskatoon police and hazmat officials were called to the University of Saskatchewan after getting a call about a student mixing potentially hazardous chemicals. Police said the student reported what he had done to a staff member around 12:30 p.m. No one was hurt in the incident and hazmat officials cleared the scene of any dangerous chemicals.
Kowsari remains in police custody until his court appearance. The university is asking any sighting of Kowsari on campus property to be reported to the Saskatoon police.UPDATE: University of Saskatchewan intervention prevents potential hazard
SASKATOON - On October 23, 2013, a precautionary sweep was performed by hazmat officials, on an engineering chemistry lab. The sweep was prompted by a student who threatened the potential use of dangerous chemicals. The student, Mohamadmahdi Kowsari was arrested after a search of his home revealed chemicals stolen from the university. He has been charged with theft and remains in police custody pending a court appearance today.
Out of concern for the safety of the campus community, the president has suspended this student and banned him from the University of Saskatchewan.
Any sighting or knowledge of this student on campus property should be reported to the Saskatoon Police Service or Protective Services immediately.
This incident is a reminder that the university campus is home to many hazardous materials because of the nature of the work that happens at the U of S. Day to day, these are handled under strict adherence to safety standards and procedures. The university uses diligence in the handling of such materials.
If you notice unusual activity or have concerns about safety, please report them to Protective Services. In an emergency, call 9-1-1.