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  • Hazrat Ali

    ALI SIGNIFICANCE DURING THE PROPHET’S LIFETIME: Ali was the first cousin of the Holy Prophet and so belonged to the Banu Hashim. His father was Abu Talib bin Abdul Muttalib‚ who had brought up Mohammad in his childhood. Ali was about ten years old whepn the Prophet received the first revelation. Ali got the special opportunity of living in the company of the Prophet and so developed great love for him since his childhood. Ali was brave and literate and was a very intelligent youth of Makkah. He

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    A Leader for ALL Humans In his famous letter to Malik al-Ashtar upon him taking governance over Egypt‚ Imam Ali (A) writes: “Remember‚ Malik‚ that amongst your subjects there are two kinds of people: those who have the same religion as you have; they are brothers to you‚ and those who have religions other than that of yours‚ they are human beings like you. Men of either category suffer from the same weaknesses and disabilities that human beings are inclined to‚ they commit sins‚ indulge in vices

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    Hazrat Ali Karam Allah Wajhu BLESSED NAME: His name is Ali and is known as Abul Hassan and Abu Turab and his titles are Murtuda‚ Asadullah and Haidar-e-Karraar. HIS FATHER: His father was Abu Taalib and Grandfather Abdul Mutallib. Abu Taalib is the uncle of the Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam. HIS MOTHER: His mother’s name was Faatima bint Asad‚ bin Haashim‚ bin Abd Munaaf. Her Janazah was performed by Rasoolullah SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam‚ and he gave his blessed Qamees (Kurta) to

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    Biography Name and Genealogy Amongst the descendants of Hazrat Ibrahim A.S.‚ Hazrat Ali A.S. belonged to the line of Quraish. He was the son of Abu Talib R.A.‚ son of Abdul Muttalib of the distinguished tribe of Bani Hashim. Only one step above his lineage coincided with that of the Prophet S.A. of Islam. The latter being Muhammad bin Abdullah bin Abdul Muttalib and the former Ali bin Abi Talib bin Abdul Muttalib. It was his father Abu Talib who had nourished and brought up the Prophet (PBUH) His

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  • Muhammad Ali

    The name Muhammad Ali needs no introduction in the sports industry. This man is a living legend. In my eye’s Muhammad Ali was a true hero not only for his race and ethnicity but a hero for everyone during his era. The two points of Campbell’s characteristics of a hero that I will be looking at for Muhammad Ali is; a hero performs a courageous act‚ either physical or spiritual. A hero is usually someone from whom something has been taken or who feels there’s something lacking in the normal experience

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  • Muhammad Ali

    Muhammad Ali From Wikipedia‚ the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation‚ search "Cassius Clay" redirects here. For the abolitionist‚ see Cassius Marcellus Clay (politician). This article is about the American boxer. For other people named Muhammad Ali‚ see Muhammad Ali (disambiguation). Muhammad Ali | Ali in 1967 | Statistics | Nickname(s) | The Greatest The People ’s Champion The Louisville Lip | Rated at | Heavyweight | Height | 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) | Reach | 80 in (203 cm)

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  • Muhammad Ali

    Mohammad Ali. (International celebrity and heavy weight champion). Date of birth: January 17‚ 1942. Me: Mr Ali‚ it seemed you tried to dodge the draft‚ why were you against America fighting in Vietnam? Muhammad Ali: I wasn’t trying to dodge the draft; I was doing what I felt right. How could I travel to Vietnam to help murder‚ kill‚ and burn other people to simply help continue the domination of white slave masters over darker people? That was the day and age when such evil injustice must come

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    Muhammad Ali is one of the most famous boxers of all time. His conversion to Islam and draft evasion conviction surrounded him with controversy and even exile from boxing for three years. Despite the hiatus‚ his quick reflexes and strong punches helped Muhammad Ali become the first person in history to win the heavyweight champion title three times. At the lighting ceremony at the 1996 Olympics‚ Muhammad Ali showed the world his strength and determination in dealing with the debilitating effects

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  • Mohammed Ali

    in1960 Early life Muhammad Ali was born on January 17‚ 1942 in Louisville‚ Kentucky. His father painted billboards and his mother was a house wife. Ali and his older brother Rehman before converting to Islam‚ were named after their father as Cassius Marcellus Clay. He is considered one of the greatest athletes in boxing history‚ Growing up in the segregated South‚ Ali experienced racial prejudice which likely contributed to his early passion for boxing. At the age of 12‚ Ali discovered his talent for

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  • Muhammad Ali

    Zack Buzzard Buzzard 1 Professor Jeff Stumpo English 112 21 March 2012 Muhammad Ali The greatest boxer to have ever lived‚ Cassius Marcellus Clay‚ Jr.‚ was born a great man with a passion for the sport of boxing. Through all of his struggles in life‚ he had to find a way to solve them without much confrontation. At the time when Ali was growing up nobody could really help him as he set out on his own. Boxing was his passion and always would be.

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