- "Citing his infectious, positive attitude, Salah is consistentlly called out by his peers as a lynchpin of his unit - constantly driving up morale. Always supportive of his teammates, both on and off the field, he seeks to bring out the best in people. Idealistic, enthusiastic, and fiercely protective of his fellow soldiers, Salah is a force multiplier on any mission he takes part in."
- — In-game biography
Jabari Salah is an operator for the NATO faction featured in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. He is playable in Multiplayer and Zombies modes within Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, as well as in Call of Duty: Warzone. Salah was released on June 30th, 2021 as part of the "Salah Operator Bundle".
Born in Egypt during 1957, Jabari Salah has an infectious and positive attitude. Jabari enlists in El Geish el Masry in 1975 and is selected for the 34-week Sa'ka Forces Commando training program. He completes his training at the El Sa'ka Academy. In 1979, Jabari joins Unit 777.
On June 26th, 1984, two satellites collectively known as the "Jumpseat Constellation" are crashed by Perseus operative Owethu "Jackal" Mabuza. One lands in Algeria, while the other lands in Verdansk. A day after, Salah alongside Russell Adler and other NATO operatives, head to the crash site in Algeria to secure a data recorder from the satellite. Adler rushes into the firefight, acting of his own accord by stealing the data recorder and lying that it must have burnt up on re-entry. Salah confronts Adler about not sticking as a unit in which Adler states, "With Perseus, standard operating procedures goes out the window son". Salah would later put into his field report of the mission that the recorder was destroyed.