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  Muhammad Ali of Egypt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Muhammad Ali, a young officer who had come to Egypt with the Albanian contingent of the expeditionary forces, stepped in to fill this vaccuum by establishing a local power base of village leaders, clerics, and wealthy merchants in Cairo, and by killing or expelling three successive governors sent from Istanbul.
Muhammad Ali reluctantly followed orders and sent his navy against the European fleet, and in the Battle of Navarino on 20 October 1827 almost the whole of the Ottoman navy was destroyed in only a few hours of fighting.
Muhammad Ali died in August 1849, and was buried in the imposing mosque he had commissioned, the Muhammad Ali Mosque, in the Citadel of Cairo.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mehemet_Ali_(Egypt)   (1897 words)

 IBHOF / Muhammad Ali   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Ali was both arrogant and charismatic and generated a wide range of emotions from those who loved him and hated him.
Ali regained the heavyweight crown in 1974 much the way he initially captured the title, by slaying a giant.
Ali successfully defended the title against a host of contenders, including the final fights of his trilogies with Frazier and Ken Norton.
www.ibhof.com /ali.htm   (531 words)

 Muhammad Ali or Cassius Clay
Ali regained the heavyweight championship on October 30, 1974, in Kinshasa, Zaire (present-day Democratic Republic of the Congo), with an eighth-round knockout of George Foreman.
Ali's skills as a fighter included lightning-quick hands, a razor-sharp jab, agile footwork, and (especially evident in the later part of his career) the ability to absorb punches from bigger and stronger opponents.
Doctors have asserted that Ali's symptoms were brought on by the repeated blows to the head he endured in the latter part of his boxing career, a diagnosis that has prompted medical organizations and other civic groups to lobby for the elimination of boxing or for the use of head gear.
archive.blackvoices.com /archive/articles/tt_012.asp   (1490 words)

 Free Essays on Muhammed Ali
Ali proclaimed himself the people’s champion and said, "to be the king, you must defeat me." In the fifteenth round of the fight, Frazier knocked Ali down and won the fight by unanimous decision.
Ali in 1978 stated that "service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth." Ali had only two professional fights left in him.
Ali is now the most recognized athlete throughout the world, and he was given the opportunity to light the Olympic flame at the 1996 summer Olympics in Atlanta.
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 Gale - Free Resources - Black History - Biographies - Muhammad Ali   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Ali won an Olympic gold medal and later tossed it into a river because he was disgusted by racism in America.
Muhammad Ali was born Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr., on January 17, 1942, and was raised in a clapboard house at 3302 Grand Avenue in middle-class Louisville, Kentucky.
Ali was shortly restored to his previous level of energy and awareness; as long as he took his medication regularly, he was able to keep the disease in check.
www.galegroup.com /free_resources/bhm/bio/ali_m.htm   (2524 words)

 TASCHEN Books: Photography - Reading Room - GOAT - A Tribute to Muhammad Ali (1)
Muhammad Ali is one of the most remarkable personalities of our time and the greatest sportsman ever to walk the earth.
To cap it all, the project takes place with the participation of Ali himself and those members of his inner circle who have been closest to him over the years: from managers and key cornermen to friends, family and children; from spiritual and other advisers to broadcasters, essayists and journalists.
Motivating this endeavor is the conviction that Ali is not just a figure from the past, but one whose influence even today pervades everyday popular culture.
www.taschen.com /pages/en/excerpts/photography/show/1/62.htm   (823 words)

 Muhammed Ali
I also noticed the objections of Joe Frazier to the choice of Ali, as Frazier claimed he not Ali should have been the choice to light the choice, because he was a patriot and had never bad-mouthed America as Ali had done.
NBC reported the story of Ali's throwing his medal in the river as "apocryphal." I heard it both ways from different commentators on NPR the morning after his medal was restored.
Ali was always motivated by religious values rather than political ones; in the 1960s his religious values were political in ways they are not today, with the consequence that he is not a disruptive figure today.
www.h-net.msu.edu /~arete/archives/threads/ali.html   (843 words)

 Muhammed Ali Jinnah - LearnThis.Info Enclyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Muhammad Ali Jinnah(bhai) Poonjah (with respect: Qaid-i-Azam [Great Leader]) (December 25, 1876 - September 11, 1948) was an Indian Muslim nationalist, who founded Pakistan and served as that country's first Governor-General.
Jinnah's birthplace and date of birth are disputed; however, it is generally believed that he was born in Karachi and raised in Bombay.
It is believed that Jinnah decided to study there as he was impressed by a mural in the main dining hall (1--Ahmed); one which depicted Moses and Muhammed.
encyclopedia.learnthis.info /m/mu/muhammed_ali_jinnah.html   (885 words)

 Shi'a: 'Ali
However, 'Ali, Muhammed's son-in-law and cousin, was not part of this committee nor were other members of Muhammed's immediate family, and many believed that Muhammed had designated 'Ali as a successor, for the Traditions had Muhammed naming him as both his brother and his successor.
'Ali had been raised with Muhammed and was the second person (after Muhammed's wife Khadija) to recognize Muhammed's role as a prophet; he was the first of Muhammed's tribe, the Quraysh, to declare himself an apostle.
'Ali would eventually have to contend with dissension in his own army while fighting the Umayyads—these dissenters called themselves the Kharjites; after defeating the Kharjites in battle, he would be assassinated a few years later by one of them in revenge for this defeat.
www.wsu.edu:8080 /~dee/SHIA/ALI.HTM   (705 words)

 Branding lesson from Muhammed Ali
Did he position the name Ali with the term the "Greatest" for a reason.
Ali decided to spend the whole fight torturing him.
Every time he was ready to be knocked out, Ali would let up just enough to cut his face unmercifully.
www.thejunglemarketer.com /archives/john09.html   (456 words)

 Muhammed Ali
Ali is known best as a boxer, but when the proper research is done, you will find that he is an extraordinary person, and a fl right=s activist.
Muhammad Ali is the most influential athlete to have ever been involved in the world of American sports.
The Ways of Ali Ali was the first boxer to use his loud mouth and overconfident attitude to draw crowds, and get fights.
www.radessays.com /link.php?site=re&aff=r2c2&dest=viewpaper.php?request=69770   (294 words)

 Louisville remembers the shy kid from Central High   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The story of Ali's amateur boxing career -- he earned 100 victories in 108 bouts, including consecutive national titles in both AAU and Golden Gloves competition and an Olympic gold medal -- is enough to inspire (or frighten) the amateur athletes in town for this event.
Ali's conversion to the Muslim faith and his refusal to fight in the Vietnam War were unpopular, too, at least on one side of the '60s generation gap.
Smith (whose brother is Sherman Lewis, a coach with the Green Bay Packers) was Lonnie Ali's first baby sitter and was standing in the door when Lonnie came home from the hospital for the first time.
www.courier-journal.com /ali/timeline/0914cassius.html   (2494 words)

 Muhammad Ali Center - Muhammad Ali   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Be Part of the Permanent Exhibitry of the Ali Center.
Muhammad Ali Statement on the death of Pope John Paul II
The Muhammad Ali Center is an international cultural and educational center that is inspired by the ideals of Muhammad Ali.
www.alicenter.org   (395 words)

It is easily noticeable due to Bazar Mauhatti's multicolored turbans, the big picket sign that proclaims that Bazar Mauhatti and Muhammed Achmed Ali are against the bombings of Iraq, Muhammed's size, marine uniform and pokemon gameboy, and the unusualness of the merchandise.
Muhammed Achmed Ali didn't want to pierce his ear, but he wanted an earing.
Muhammed Achmed Ali smuggled 1,000 illegal laser pointers from Germany 3 years ago, and now wants to piss them away.
www.angelfire.com /mo/psychoes/biz.html   (1562 words)

 Muhammed Ali Pasha   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In 1838 Muhammad Ali Pasha, who was the the ruler of Egypt in 1838, would be a candidate for the name "Mohammed the Black".
In the book The Blue Nile (1962), Alan Moorehead indicates that Muhammad Ali was a Turk born in 1769 who was a volunteer in the Turkish army which landed at Abukir in 1799.
The old tyrant, now the ruler of an empire which his son Ibrahim had pushed to the Euphrates, was full of projects: he wanted to clear the Nile cataracts, build a railway and a telegraph to Khartoum and establish cotton and indigo growing in the land between the two Niles.
www.victorianweb.org /history/letters/muham.html   (438 words)

 The My Hero Project - Muhammed Ali
Ali has --sometimes anonymously--donated millions of dollars to a variety of individuals and organizations transcending race and class barriers.
Ali has shown that a sport can be more than entertainment; it can also be a cultural event with the power to change social values.
Muhammed Ali contributed his hero story to MY HERO: Extraordinary People on the Heroes Who Inspire Them.
myhero.com /myhero/hero.asp?hero=m_ali   (1075 words)

 The Observer | Sport | November 2003
Here Ali's personal doctor explains why the champ's body was perfectly attuned to the ring, why women found him irresistible and why a man who only dated fl women became a symbol of the demolition of racial and sexual taboos.
The entertainer: Ali was a showman who used humour to undermine an opponent, to whip up a crowd or to tip the wink.
But while others anguished over what his life meant, Ali had no such trouble: he knew who he was and exactly what he wanted.
observer.guardian.co.uk /osm/index/0,7432,1073431,00.html   (562 words)

 Astrocartography of Muhammed Ali by Robert Couteau
Cassius Marcellus Clay, was born in Louisville, Kentucky, precisely under the setting position of Secondary Venus and at the edge of a Transcendental Midpoint-Field formed between Secondary Venus and the rising position of Primary Pluto.
Ali’s “charm, charisma, and good looks” (Secondary Venus) combined with his “willful and provocative style” (Primary Pluto) to help widen the public appeal of boxing (a sport which, until Ali, was in danger of disappearing from mainstream athletics).
All text © Copyright 2005 Robert Couteau and cannot be used without the written and expressed consent of the author.
www.dominantstar.com /b_ali.htm   (380 words)

 Muhammed ali
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Muhammed Ali slaat Sonny Liston in de eerste ronde neer (25 Mei 1965)
MUHAMMED ALI: profile in forgiveness by Rev. Dr.
aliveinfo.com /?q=muhammed-ali   (887 words)

 Muhammed Ali: The Greatest   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In 1964, the gregarious young boxer Cassius Clay successfully defeated the seemingly invincible Heavyweight Champion of the World Sonny Liston and became an instant superstar.
Throughout an incredible period in the boxer’s life – subsequent rematches with Liston, his condemnation by the US government, The Rumble in the Jungle in 1974 –; William Klein enjoyed unrivalled access to the Clay Camp, witnessing Cassius Clay becoming Muhammad Ali, and angering the American public with his allegiance to Islam.
As Ali reclaimed the crown for an unprecedented third time against another formidable champion George Foreman, Klein was ever present, capturing the full story at close quarters.
www.watershed.co.uk /blackpyramid/pages/ali.html   (104 words)

 Mohammad Ali Jinnah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wikiquote has a collection of quotations related to:
Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah Official Government of Pakistan Website]
This page was last modified 06:48, 31 October 2005.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Muhammed_Ali_Jinnah   (1846 words)

 Islamica Community Forums - Muhammed Ali...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
I am researching Muhammed Ali's conversion to Islam and the strong statements that followed it.
I happen to be huge fan of Muhammad Ali and he's been an inspiration to me and many others regardless or race or religion.
A lot of African American brothers (like Muhammad Ali) became "Muslims" through the Nation of Islam, which has a questionable view on race and is not regarded as a part of mainstream Islam.
www.islamicaweb.com /archive/t-27367   (777 words)

 Muhammed Ali   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The charges against Ali are dropped and he gets his U.S. boxing licenses back.
1971:Ali goes and fights Joe Frazier at Madison Square Gardens for the undisputed heavyweight title of the world(Loss 15).This was the 1st loss of Ali's professional career.
1974:Ali beats Joe Frazier with unanimous decision(Win 12).Later that year Ali Knockouts George Foreman to win the undisputed heavyweight championship of the world(KO 8).
www.expage.com /princeandrew103   (272 words)

 Muhammed Ali Merchandise
Ghosts of Manila: The Fateful Blood Feud Between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier by Mark Kram
Muhammad Ali: The Birth of a Legend, Miami, 1961-1964 by Flip Schulke
Rumble in the Jungle: Ali vs. Foreman 1974 - VHS
www.mynashville.com /goo/ali.html   (304 words)

 Muhammed Ali & Clevelend Williams "Overhead KO" Hand-Signed 16 x 20 Photograph - Wal-Mart
With five fights and five victories in one year, Muhammad Ali successfully defended his heavyweight title in 1966.
Ali won the last of those fights against Cleveland Williams by a 3rd round knockout in the Houston Astrodome on November 14, 1966.
This awesome 16 x 20 photograph captures that infamous moment and is hand signed by Muhammad Ali.
www.walmart.com /catalog/product.gsp?product_id=4195502   (595 words)

 TIME 100: Muhammad Ali
Muhammad Ali at a news conference that he conducts from inside the ring in Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 24, 1970
Boxing in the early '60s, largely controlled by the Mob, was in a moribund state until Muhammad Ali — Cassius Clay, in those days — appeared on the scene.
Though Ali won the gold medal at the Rome Olympics in 1960, at the time the experts didn't think much of his boxing skills.
www.time.com /time/time100/heroes/profile/ali01.html   (378 words)

 Alibris: Muhammed Ali Mazidi
by Mazidi, Muhammed Ali, and Mazidi, Janice Gillispie
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www.alibris.com /search/books/author/Muhammed_Ali_Mazidi   (278 words)

 Muhamed Ali, a financial consultant based in Burkina Faso   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Muhamed Ali, a financial consultant based in Burkina Faso
This picture has no relevance to the story, but it is a nice picture of Muhammad Ali.
The opening letter is very similar to a letter I received from Ben Chris.
419.bittenus.com /MuhammedAli   (193 words)

 Poet: Mirza Muhammed Ali Saib - All poems of Mirza Muhammed Ali Saib   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Poet: Mirza Muhammed Ali Saib - All poems of Mirza Muhammed Ali Saib
Mirza Muhammad Ali Sa'ib, also called Sa'ib Of Tabriz, or Sa'ib Of Esfahan Persian poet, one of the greatest masters of a form of classical Arabic and Persian lyric poetry characterized by rhymed couplets and known as the ghazel.
Poems by Mirza Muhammed Ali Saib from the Oldpoetry.com Poetry...
www.poemhunter.com /mirza-muhammed-ali-saib/poet-34843   (329 words)

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