World War Z

World War Z

by

Max Brooks

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Muhammad volunteered to be part of the Neighborhood Security Team during the outbreak. He is disabled and is on a wheelchair, but he doesn’t let that stop him from volunteering to help when help is needed. He is an admirable individual who does a lot to keep his neighborhood safe from zombies.
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Joe Muhammad Character Timeline in World War Z

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Chapter 5: Home Front USA
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Wenatchee, Washington. Joe Muhammad is most famous for the bronze statue he made for the Neighborhood Security Memorial, which... (full context)
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...crowbars, but no Lobos yet. Three people in each team had to carry guns, and Muhammad was one of those on his team. The night shift was difficult, and they patrolled... (full context)
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...there was a zombie in the house, which had happened a few times. One time, Muhammad almost got bitten by a zombie when his team was inside checking out an abandoned... (full context)
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Muhammad says that the biggest problem they faced were the quislings—people who went crazy and started... (full context)
Chapter 8: Good-Byes
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Wenatchee, Washington, USA. Joe Muhammad says that a positive thing that came out of the war was that “it did... (full context)