Niagara Train Jihad: Moderate Muslims Yesterday, Jihadists Today

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The 
two jihadists behind the plot to bomb a VIA passenger train over Niagara Falls were Chiheb ESSEGHAIER and Raed JASER.

Highly educated, with access to the best engineering and science intel. What is equally disturbing is that there are many Muslims on his team at the research institute in Canada. What did they know and when did they know it?

Ottawa, April 22, 2013– Today,
the RCMP arrested two individuals and charged them with conspiring to
carry out a terrorist attack against a VIA passenger train. The accused
have been charged under sections 248, 235 (1), 83.2, 83.18, 83.21 of
the Criminal Code of Canada.  As a result of extensive
collaborative efforts, the RCMP was able to disrupt the threat early.
While the RCMP believed that these individuals had the capacity and
intent to carry out these criminal acts, there was no imminent threat to
the general public, rail employees, train passengers or infrastructure.

The two accused, Chiheb ESSEGHAIER and Raed JASER,
who live in the Montreal and Toronto area were conspiring to carry out a
terrorist attack against a VIA passenger train. Charges include
conspiring to carry out an attack against, and conspiring to murder
persons unknown for the benefit of, at the direction of, or in
association with a terrorist group.

Chiheb Esseghaier_LinkedIn_20130422-175819

Chiheb ESSEGHAIER  Linkedin page – the flag of jihad as an avatar (thanks to Chai)

Check wordpress blog below: many Muslims on his team at the research institute in Canada.
Biography

Born in Tunis, Tunisia. I got Engineer degree in Industrial Biology from Institut National des Sciences Appliquées et de Technologie (INSAT) ,
Tunis in 2007. After that, I continue master studies at the same
institute in Industrial Biotechnology field and i got the MSc degree in
2008. Then, i moved to Sherbrooke University to
work on research project on SPR biosensor and gallium arsenide
semi-conductor biofunctionnalization. In November 2010, I joined  BBBL
lab in Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS) to start PhD program in developing optical and electrochemical biosensors.

Project

On progress.

Publications

G. A. R. Y. Suifan, C. Esseghaier,
A. Ng, M. Zourob, Washeless and highly sensitive assay for prostate
specific antigen cancer detection, Analyst, 2012. in press.

C. Esseghaier,
A. Ng, M. Zourob, A novel sensitive layer for rapid HIV-1 protease
detection using magnetic bead mediation, Biosensor and Bioelectronics,
2012. in press.

M.G. Silva, S. Helali, C. Esseghaier,
C.E. Suarez, A. Oliva, A. Abdelghani, An impedance spectroscopy method
for the detection and evaluation of Babesia bovis antibodies in cattle, Sensors and Actuators B: ChemicalVolume 135, Issue 110 December 2008Pages 206-213.

C. Esseghaier,
Y. Bergaoui, H. ben Fredj, A. Tlili, S. Helali, S. Ameur, A.
Abdelghani, Impedance spectroscopy on immobilized streptavidin
horseradish peroxidase layer for biosensing, Sensors and Actuators B: ChemicalVolume 134, Issue 128 August 2008Pages 112-116.

H. Ben Fredj, S. Helali, C. Esseghaier, L. Vonna, L. Vidal, A. Abdelghani, Labeled magnetic nanoparticles assembly on polypyrrole film for biosensor applications, Talanta,Volume 75, Issue 315 May 2008Pages 740-747.

C. Esseghaier, S. Helali, H. Ben Fredj, A. Tlili, A. Abdelghani, Polypyrrole-neutravidin layer for impedimetric biosensor, Sensors and Actuators B: ChemicalVolume 131, Issue 2,14 May 2008Pages 584-589.

Conferences and Proceedings

C. Esseghaier,
C. Tlili, A. Ng, M. Zourob, “Novel and Rapid Assay for HIV Diagnosis
and Drug screening”, TechConnect World, Summit and innovation showcase
2012, 18-21 June, Santa Clara, CA, USA.

C. Esseghaier,
A. Ng, M. Zourob, “Novel, rapid and label-free assay format for
proteases detection and drug screening”, Photonics North 2012, June 6-8,
Montreal, Qc, Canada. (oral presentation).

C. Esseghaier,
A. Ng, M. Zourob, “Novel, rapid and label-free assay format for
proteases detection and drugs screening using various transducers”, 22th
World Congress on Biosensors 2012, Mai 15-18, Cancun, Mexico.

C. Esseghaier,
W.M. Hassen. D. A.B. Blair, M. DeRosa, A. Jimenez, J. Beauvais, E.
Frost, J.J. Dubowski, “Monitoring aptamer-thrombin interaction on the
surface of gold: towards III-V semiconductor-based surface plasmon
resonance biosensor”, 14th Canadian Semiconductor Technology Conference,
Hamilton, Ontario, August 10-14, 2009.

Contact Information

Work phone number: 514-228-6866

Email: esseghaier@emt.inrs.ca

Conferences :


– 14th Canadian Semiconductor Technology Conference, Hamilton 2009.
– 22th World Congress on Biosensors, Cancun 2012.
– Photonics North Conference, Montreal 2012.
– TechConnect World Conference, Santa Clara 2012

Experience

phD student

INRS

November 2010 – Present (2 years 6 months)Quebec, Canada

Surface functionnalization and charcaterizations.

Monitoring bio-chemical interactions through application of optical and electrochemical transducers.

Development of lab-on-a-chip device for biosensing purposes.

Graduate researcher

Université de Sherbrooke

August 2008 – September 2009 (1 year 2 months)Quebec, Canada

Detection of influenza A virus using surface plasmon resonance (SPR) technique.

Bio-chemical modification of Gallium arsenide substrates for bio-sensing purposes.

Researcher

IPEST, Tunis

June 2007 – July 2008 (1 year 2 months)Tunsia

Electrochemical biosensing of peroxide (food processing industry), atrazine (environment monitoring)

and Babesia Bovis virus (cattle breeding) using impedance spectroscopy technique.

Languages

  1. Arabic

  2. Frensh

  3. English

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