Jason Jimenez Abalos is a Filipino actor. Abalos is a member of Star Magic talents and he was discovered after joining Star Circle Quest, a reality show in search of new actors. The award was for his role in the indie film “Adela, ” directed by Adolf Alix, Jr. on October 1,2008, Abalos won the Best Actor in the 2008 Gawad Urian Awards for Endo. He is an endorser of fragrance brand Aficionado Germany Perfume with his own product Jason EDT and he was relaunched as endorser in January 8,2011 during the grand 1@11 event at the SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds attended by 85,000 people. He studies at University of Santo Tomas, Jason Abalos at the Internet Movie Database
Djamel Abdoun is an Algerian professional footballer who plays for Veria as a winger. In the summer of 2011, Abdoun signed a contract with Olympiacos, on a free transfer from Kavala. He has since won the double with Olympiacos, winning the 2011–12 Superleague Greece, in the summer of 2013, Abdoun signed a three-year contract with Football League Championship club Nottingham Forest. Abdoun is a former French youth international and was a part of the team won the 2005 UEFA European Under-19 Football Championship, held in Northern Ireland. He opted to play for Algeria at senior level in September 2009 and he made his debut for Algeria in a 0–0 group game at the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations on 18 January 2010, against Angola. He represented Algeria at the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations in Angola, where Algeria finished fourth, born in France to Algerian parents, Abdoun grew up in the eastern suburbs of Paris in the commune of Montreuil. His parents are originally from the villages of Tifrit and Biziou in the commune of Akbou, Béjaïa, Abdoun started his career as a youth player for Paris Saint-Germain in 2002, where he was released at the end of the season.
In 2003 he signed for Ajaccio where he made only 12 appearances in four seasons, Abdoun signed for Manchester City on loan in January 2007. He made only one appearance for the club, coming on as a substitute on 28 January 2007 in a 3–1 FA Cup win against Southampton. He returned to Ajaccio at the end of the season after Manchester City chose not to take up the option of making his move permanent, on 24 August 2010, Abdoun joined Greek side Kavala from Nantes, signing a three-year contract with the club. The details of the transfer were not disclosed, in his first season with Kavala, Abdoun finished as the top assist man in the Greek Super League with eight assists in 26 matches. He scored three goals and was named as the second best player in the league behind Ariel Ibagaza of Olympiacos, on 23 May 2011, Abdouns agent, Karim Aklil, announced that the player was very close to signing with Panathinaikos. However, on 25 August 2011, he began training with Olympiacos, 2011–2012 Season On 31 August 2011, Abdoun signed a three-year contract with Olympiacos, joining them on a free transfer from Kavala after they were relegated to the fourth division.
He scored his first goal against PAOK and his goal against Panathinaikos. He played 29 games and scored four times in total in his first season at Olympiacos, 2012–2013 Season Abdoun managed to score his first goal in the UEFA Champions League, in a 1–2 home loss against German side Schalke 04. He scored from the penalty spot against Aris Thessaloniki and his next two goals came again from the penalty spot, against AEK Athens away and Platanias at home. He scored his goal against PAS Giannina in a 2–0 home win. Days later, he scored against Atromitos from the penalty spot in a 2–3 home loss, on 27 February, Abdoun scored a goal from a free-kick in a 1–0 away victory over PAS Giannina in a Greek Cup match
Waleed Abdullah is a Saudi Arabian football player who currently plays as a goalkeeper for Al Nassr. He is Al-Shababs first goalkeeper and was the Saudi Arabia Olympic teams first goalkeeper during their participation in the 2008 Asian Olympic Qualifiers and he has been the 1st choice goalkeeper for the Saudi Arabia national football team since 2007. Waleed Abdullah began playing on a basis with Al-Shabab in the 2007–08 season. In the 2006–07 season he was playing with the Saudi Olympic team in their qualifiers. Waleeds best game was against Japan in Tokyo, where he stopped many Japanese attacks, Waleed first joined the Saudi Arabia national football team for the AFC Asian Cup 2007. His first official game was a friendly against United Arab Emirates in June 2007 and he played another friendly against Oman, and it ended 1-1. Right before the beginning of the Asian Cup, Waleed received news of the death of his infant daughter. But he decided to stay with the team, and was one of the players in Saudi Arabias squad in the Asian Cup
Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab
Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula claimed to have organised the attack with Abdulmutallab, they said they supplied him with the bomb and trained him. Connections to Al-Qaeda and Anwar al-Awlaki have been found, although the latter denied ordering the man to do the bombing. Abdulmutallab was convicted in a U. S. federal court of eight counts, including attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction. On February 16,2012, he was sentenced to 4 life terms plus 50 years without parole and he is currently incarcerated at ADX Florence, the supermax federal prison in Colorado. Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab is the youngest of 16 children of Alhaji Umaru Mutallab, a wealthy Nigerian banker and businessman, the father was described by The Times in 2009 as being one of the richest men in Africa. He is a former Chairman of First Bank of Nigeria and former Nigerian Federal Commissioner for Economic Development, the family comes from Funtua in Katsina State. Abdulmutallab was raised initially in an affluent neighbourhood of Kaduna, in Nigerias north and he attended the Essence International School in Kaduna as a young child.
He took classes at the Rabiatu Mutallib Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies and he attended the The British School of Lomé, Togo. Considered a gifted student, he enjoyed playing PlayStation and basketball. Abdulmutallab studied at University College London in September 2005, where he studied Engineering and Business Finance, according to one of his cousins, as a teenager, Abdulmutallab became very pious as a Muslim, and detached himself from others of his age. He condemned his fathers banking profession as immoral and un-Islamic for charging interest and that kind of detachment from others and singular focus on Islam was a common thread in Mr. Abdulmutallabs life, according to family members and classmates. For the 2004–05 academic year, Abdulmutallab studied at the Sana Institute for the Arabic Language in Sanaa, Yemen, CNN reported that in regard to the Internet username Farouk1986, the many detailed biographical points made by the poster match what has been reported about Mutallabs life.
On December 28,2009, a U. S. government official said the government was reviewing the online postings, CNN reported that, by 2005, Farouk1986s postings had a serious view of his religion. The user name posted on Facebook and on Islamic Forum, and this problem makes me want to get married to avoid getting aroused. And, The hair of a woman can easily arouse a man, the Prophet advised young men to fast if they cant get married but it has not been helping me much and I seriously dont want to wait for years before I get married. It would be difficult for me to get married due to social norms of getting to the late 20s when one has a degree, a job, so usually my fatasies are about islamic stuff. The bad part of it is sometimes the fantasies are a bit worldly rather than concentrating in the hereafter, in a posting on February 20,2005, he wrote, Alright, i wont go into too much details about me fantasy, but basically they are jihad fantisies. I imagine how the great jihad will take place, how the muslims will win insha Allah and rule the whole world, Thats what I heard sheikh faisal of UK say
Ali Abbas (footballer)
Ali Abbas is an Iraqi footballer who plays for Pohang Steelers in the K League Classic and the Iraq national team. He had talks with Marconi Stallions at the time but returned to Iraq early in 2008 after discussions with the Iraqi Football Association, in February 2009, Marconi reached an agreement with Iraqi club, Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya, for Abbas to join them permanently. He helped Marconi secure second spot in the 2009 New South Wales Premier League season before signing with A-league side, Abbas trialled with Newcastle Jets before the start of the 2009–10 regular season under Newcastle coach, Gary Van Egmond, but was ultimately not signed. However, on 18 September 2009, Abbas signed for the club as a replacement player for Shaun Ontong. He scored his first Jets goal on 12 February 2010 in a 2–1 loss to Adelaide United, Abbas re-signed with the Jets for another season seeing him play until the conclusion of the 2010–11 A-League season. He gained an extension which ended at the close of the 2011–12 season.
On 21 May 2012, it was announced Abbas had signed for Sydney FC on a 2-year deal, notably a left winger and having spent his entire pre-season playing in that role, Abbas was shifted into the central midfield role by manager Ian Crook early in the 2012–13 season. On 12 August 2014, Abbas scored two extra time penalties for Sydney FC in the clubs first ever FFA Cup match away to Melbourne City. On 29 November 2014, in the Sydney Derby at Parramatta Stadium, the incident occurred in opening exchanges of the game when Iacopo La Rocca collided heavily with Abbas. The injury caused tears to both his anterior cruiciate and medial ligaments of his knee. After being sidelined for 405 days, Abbas returned to the squad on 9 January 2016 for a match against his former club and he netted Sydneys second goal of the night, much to the appraisal of the fans, concluding the 2–0 win. On 1 May 2016, Sydney FC released Abbas to allow him to pursue an opportunity overseas. On 12 May 2016, Abbas Joined South Korean Club Pohang Steelers on one, despite playing only one of Iraq’s six matches in the 2008 Asian Olympic qualifiers, the 20-year-old midfielder was called into the senior national team in the 2007 WAFF Championship.
After starting his career with Al Talaba, he joined Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya in July 2006 and he lifted the Asian Cup Trophy in 2007. In September 2014, Abbas was recalled by the team for the first time in 7 years as part of an extended squad for friendly games against Bahrain. Abbas was called up to the squad for the final stage of world cup qualifying against Australia in Perth in September 2016. Newcastle Jets Player Profile Ali Abbas profile at football-lineups. com Ali Abbas Al-Hilfi at K League
Jon Aaraas is a retired Norwegian ski jumper. He debuted in the World Cup in 2005 in Pragelato, where he finished 26th and he was on the Norwegian Four Hills Tournament team in the 2006–07 World Cup. However, he competed mostly in the Continental Cup, born in Oslo, he grew up in the neighborhood Holmenkollen, and was introduced to ski jumping in kindergarten by a father who had seen him jump there. He joined the sports club Ready, training under the regional ski jumping umbrella team Kollenhopp, Aaraas made his debut in the Continental Cup, the second highest level of international ski jumping, with a fourteenth place in Seefeld on 1 January 2003. Around that time he was considered among the best junior ski jumpers in Norway, nonetheless, he was included as a part of the national B team. In late 2004, he recorded a place in Rovaniemi in December. This was followed by seven results among the top ten before the end of the 2004–05 season and he made his debut in the World Cup with a 26th place in Pragelato in February, and recorded a 48th place in Lillehammer in March.
He was considered for a spot in the Norwegian 2005 World Ski Championships squad, the 2005–06 season was not successful, with Aaraas not placing among the top ten in the Continental Cup, and not featuring at all in the World Cup. He failed to reach the 2006 Winter Olympics, which had been a goal for many years. In December 2006, though, he reached new lengths as he finished among the top eleven in three out of four Continental Cup races in Rovaniemi, for this, he was drafted onto the Norwegian team to compete in the Four Hills Tournament around New Year. The 2007–08 season saw Aaraas perform consistently well and he finished among the top four on four occasions in the Continental Cup, with second places from Villach in September and Kranj in January as the best result. Following this result, he had a World Cup run where he finished around 20th-30th six times in a row, the 2008–09 season saw Aaraas mainly competing in the Continental Cup. He recorded four second places and two third places, in the 2008–09 World Cup he competed in five races and managed one 29th place as the best, in March 2009 in Kuopio.
He did not compete in the World Cup anymore, in the 2009–10 Continental Cup he came in the top ten twice, but in the 2010–11 Continental Cup he only participated in two races in December 2010 in Vikersund. In a test race in the new ski flying hill in Vikersund in February 2011, Aaraas improved his personal best from 190 to 219 metres
Christopher Jacob Abbott is an American actor. He made his film debut in Martha Marcy May Marlene. His other notable films include Hello I Must Be Going, The Sleepwalker, in 2015, he starred as the title character in the critically acclaimed film James White. Abbott is mostly known for his role as Charlie Dattolo in the HBO comedy-drama series Girls and he has had an extensive career on stage, having performed in both Broadway and Off-Broadway productions. Abbott was born in Greenwich, the son of Anna and he has an older sister, Christina. Abbott is of Italian and Portuguese descent and he spent his early years in Chickahominy, a working-class, heavily Italian-American neighborhood in Greenwich, and grew up in Stamford. He worked at a video store and at his friends wine store. He attended Norwalk Community College shortly before he began studying acting at HB Studio and he moved to New York City in 2006 to be closer to school. After moving to New York, Abbott began going to big open calls for plays while in school and this is how he got his two first acting jobs, Off-Broadway.
The first play, Good Boys and True, opened in the Spring of 2008 and was written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and it followed a scandal at a prep school. Abbott played the lead characters gay best friend, the second play, Mouth to Mouth, opened in the Fall of 2008. The mordant and mournful play about the limits of friendship and family was written by Kevin Elyot, Abbott played the sympathetic 15-year-old son of Laura. Abbott received positive reviews for both productions and he followed this with guest-starring roles in the comedy series Nurse Jackie and the police procedural series Law & Order, Criminal Intent. In 2010, Abbott co-starred opposite Cristin Milioti and Laila Robins in the play That Face at the Manhattan Theatre Club and he made his feature film debut in the 2011 drama thriller Martha Marcy May Marlene opposite Elizabeth Olsen. Written and directed by Sean Durkin, the filmed premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival in January and it was met with positive reviews. The same year, Abbott made his Broadway debut in the revival of the play The House of Blue Leaves opposite Ben Stiller, directed by David Cromer, the play opened in April 2011.
Abbott played the part of the sullen, recently drafted son, Ronnie Shaughnessy, in 2012, Abbott co-starred opposite Melanie Lynskey in the comedy-drama film Hello I Must Be Going. The film premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, and was released theatrically in the United States on September 7,2012, critic Roger Ebert praised the film and Abbotts performance