Feroz Ali Abbasi   British

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  • Beyond the Veil

    How surviving Guantanamo changed his worldview.

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  • Enduring Guantanamo

    How he survived his detainment.

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Feroz Ali Abbasi bio

Feroz Ali Abbasi was born in October 1979 in Entebbe, Uganda. He moved to Croydon, South London with his mother in 1988 and became a UK citizen. He left home in 2000. He was captured in Afghanistan and detained from December 2001 to January 2005.

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  1. flo on July 26, 2013

    I was 10yrs old when I first met feroz, his mum sister and younger brother, I have to say he and his family were all lovely, kind and warmhearted people i was his nextdoor neighbor when he first moved to croydon, and I wish him all the very best in life xx

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