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    Egyptian Women

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    “No nation can rise to the height of glory unless your women are side by side with you. We are victims of evil customs. It is a crime against humanity that our women are shut up within the four walls of the house as prisoners. There is no sanction anywhere for the deplorable conditions in which our women have to live,” said Muhammad Ali Jinnah. The role of women evidently has many similarities and differences between civilizations and time eras. When comparing the role of women in the early river civilizations, Egypt and China, there are many pronounced similarities and differences around the topics of the economy, education and a women's role within her family. Women in Egyptian and Chinese culture have many similarities and differences…

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    In Pakistan, the nation was lacking proper leadership due to the death of the governor. Jinnah died on September 11, 1948 due to tuberculosis, and Liaquat Ali Khan, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, took over the operations of the country. Liaquat was a capable leader, but only two days after the death of Jinnah, India invaded Hyderabad. Hyderabad was a state similar to Kashmir in that it wanted to remain an independent, but there were a few differences. Hyderabad was located in the heart of…

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    interim constitution with necessary amendments to it. Quaid e Azam appointed the first Constituent assembly of Pakistan in Aug 1947.The temporary chairmen for this assembly was J.N.Mandal. Later on, Jinnah became its president. Initially, there were 69 members in the committee but later on, the members were increased to 79 including minority’s members. Most of the members of committee were not that competent and were having lack of experience in political carrier. There were lack of leadership…

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    Muhammad Ali Influences

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    Muhammad Ali Over the centuries athletes have been an influence to many culture. They have brought entertainment and revolutionized the world of sports. An athlete who did this was Muhammad Ali, a boxer who entertained households worldwide, and changed the sport forever. Ali came from a humble beginning, many criticized his career, and he became a cultural icon. Muhammad Ali is a man who rose from a humble beginning, and made himself a legend coming from nothing. Born January 17, 1942 in…

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    in the Jungle,” an epic boxing match between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman, staged in Zaire on October 30, 1974, was more than just a sporting event. It was a cultural phenomenon that brought together African and African American culture for the whole world to see. This complex and multi-faceted event was captured by many photographers and film makers, including Sonia Katchian. One of Katchian’s photographs in particular serves as a microcosm of the fight, capturing the violence, beauty, and…

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    Muhammad Ali Dbq

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    Though Muhammad Ali was not one to skirt with the concept of breaking the law and resorting to aggressive means to ensure his survival outside of the ring, but he was known to stir controversy when his opinions, often strong, were to clash with the established norms and issues of the time. One of the most notable examples was his eventual arrest and conviction upon refusing to serve in the armed forces during the Vietnam War. An institution that was one of the primary elements of the…

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    turn to anyone for help. This is when they need to have self- confidence and be able to make the right choice that will be most beneficial for them. The extraordinary biography, Muhammad Ali: His Life and Times, by Thomas Hauser, is a biography that cuts right into the center of the life of not only the greatest boxer to live, but also one of the most influential people in history: Muhammad Ali. The novel follows Ali’s colourful career and life. First, it is evident to readers that when people…

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    dominating style earned him the nickname The Hammer. He really hammered his opponents when necessary as well as when it was not so needed. During the 1974-75 season, David established an all-time record for the most penalty minutes (472 minutes). Andre Dupont was second in terms of having most penalty minutes in that season. During the 1974-75 season, the dominant stars of this team were involved in as much as 77 fights with different opponents. This clearly shows how aggressive and violent…

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    The greatest is gone! We might never see one like him again.!!! Universally regarded as one of the greatest boxers in history, Mohammed Ali's stature as a legend continues to grow even after his death. He is celebrated not only for his remarkable athletic skills but for his willingness to speak his mind and his courage to challange the status quo with his devotion to philanthropic work. Muhammed ali (formerly known as Cassius Clay) had transformed himself from a boy in desperate…

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    As the bell signaling the end of the match rang through the stadium, I felt a wave of emotion fill my body from head to toe. “Your winner by pinfall and new World Heavyweight Champion, Easton Evans!” The stadium erupted and fireworks exploded as I was handed the belt. It took me twelve years, five of them in the WWE, to reach the pinnacle of success in wrestling, main-eventing Wrestlemania. When I got backstage, I was congratulated by my coworkers and almost broke into tears. I remember being…

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