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- Abdul Jabar was a captive who survived the Qala-i-Jangi prison riot. An article published in the New York Times described Abdul Jabar as a 26-year-old citizen of Uzbekistan, from Tashkent.
- born in (41 years ago) in Tashkent
- Abdul Jabar is a citizen of Afghanistan who was held in detention in the American Bagram Collection Point in 2002. Jabar was a taxi driver who was held in a cell near fellow taxi driver Dilawar, who was detained by American forces following a rocket attack on Firebase Salerno. Jabar reported hearing Dilawar's cries and experiencing similar abuse.
- Abdul Jabar: Mullah Abdul Jabar is an Afghan citizen and member of the Taliban leadership. On Sunday, July 27, 2003 The Deputy Governor of Zabul in Afghanistan announced that a Taliban committee in Quetta, Pakistan had appointed Mullah Abdul Jabar as the "rival Governor" of the Province.
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The first time I shot the hook, I was in fourth grade, and I was about five feet eight inches tall. I put the ball up and felt totally at ease with the shot. I was completely confident it would go in and I've been shooting it ever since. (Kareem Abdul-Jabar)
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