From the City of Pune to the suburbia of Bahrain, Nabeel Rajab never fails to “impress” the world further with his constant escapades.
If you have ever watched the movie “Catch me if you can” it’s a same scenario as Nabeel, the missing part is getting caught.
Having studied in India it is a known fact disclosed to close family members that he disappeared for three months stating that he had been kidnapped by insurgents nearly left for dead.
When he finally showed up he appeared without a scrape but with a new ideology that due to his “extensive detained suffering” he had to start a human rights organization to protect those who may have suffered the same” plight” as he encountered; or so he says.
From a kidnapped detainee, to a human rights organization leader and now a hero within the Protesting Community, Nabeel Rajab may soon be flying a plane!
One of his latest endeavors is, owning a pharmacy which is stock piled with medicine available only to the greatest surgeons of our century.
The latest “Career Path” Nabeel has taken is as a teacher to the common man as his students praise his current stance.
From the arms of kidnappers, as an”arm”of human rights, to a pharmacist, what’ next?
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