• Muhammad Ali interview on not joining the army

    Muhammad Ali on his decision to not joining the US army.

    published: 15 Nov 2010
  • Muhammad Ali Fights Again... in Court | TMZ

    Muhammad Ali is suing two people because they screwed him over when selling him a house. WHO would EVER try to screw over the Greatest Boxer of All Time? SUBSCRIBE: http://po.st/TMZSubscribe About TMZ: TMZ has consistently been credited for breaking the biggest stories dominating the entertainment news landscape and changed the way the public gets their news. Regularly referenced by the media, TMZ is one of the most cited entertainment news sources in the world. Subscribe to TMZ on YouTube for breaking celebrity news/ gossip and insight from the newsroom staff (TMZ Chatter & TMZ News), the best clips from TMZ on TV, Raw & Uncut TMZ paparazzi video (from TMZ.com) and the latest video from TMZ Sports and TMZ Live! Keeping Up with Our YouTube Exclusive Content: TMZ Chatter: TMZ newsroom ...

    published: 13 Oct 2011
  • PDP Leadership Tussle: Appeal Court Rules In Ali Modu Sheriff's Favour

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    published: 17 Feb 2017
  • Independent Lens | Trials of Muhammad Ali | Muhammad Ali Confronted and Redeemed | PBS

    http://www.pbs.org/independentlens/trials-of-muhammad-ali/ Premiering Monday, April 14, 10pm/9c. Check local listings: http://www.pbs.org/independentlens/broadcast.html In this opening excerpt from the Independent Lens documentary Trials of Muhammad Ali, the famed boxer appears via satellite on Eamonn Andrews U.K. talk show in 1968, where he's confronted by David Susskind, a U.S. TV host, who calls Ali "a disgrace to his country and a convicted felon." This is contrasted with a more recent moment of redemption: Ali receiving the Medal of Freedom in 2005. Learn more about "Independent Lens": http://www.pbs.org/independentlens Watch "Independent Lens" films online: http://video.pbs.org/program/1218239994/

    published: 24 Jan 2014
  • 1966 SPECIAL REPORT: Muhammad Ali FACES Illinois Athletic Commission For Making UNPATRIOTIC REMARKS

    On Feb. 25, 1964, 22 years after his birth in Louisville, Kentucky, and a year before his rebirth as Muhammad Ali, Cassius Clay beat Sonny Liston to become the heavyweight champion of the boxing world. Clay got the title shot through victories that were few but impressive and an attention-attracting style. Clay did not win in silence. He won in a shower of lyrical self-praise and rhyming bravado. He told anyone who would listen that he was “the prettiest, the wittiest, and the greatest.” At the end of the press conference following the Liston fight, only a few reporters remained when Clay spoke with a seriousness very different from his prior ballyhoo. Pressed to defend the separatist tenets of the Nation of Islam it was rumored he had embraced, the new heavyweight champion said the word...

    published: 21 Jun 2016
  • Ali joe fraizer speech on abc

    Will Smith plays Mohammad Ali, taken from the film "ali". one of his famous speeches which i love, a clips of the actual speech is in this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhVGei2Jljs and if anyone has the actual full footage of this please post it! please rate and comment..

    published: 31 Dec 2008
  • The Trials of Muhammad Ali: "Do This For A Living"

    The Trials of Muhammad Ali is a Kartemquin documentary exploring Ali's lifelong journey of spiritual transformation. From his Louisville roots, through his years in exile, to receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom, Trials traces Ali's path from poet to pariah to global ambassador for peace. At each stage, the challenges Ali faces go far beyond the boxing ring and ultimately encompass issues of power, race, faith and identity that confront us all. Kartemquin.com/films/the-trials-of-muhammad-ali

    published: 09 May 2013
  • Supreme Court Judge Ali Hameed & Saeed Feydhoo

    mirrored from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEKk8lgMH8o&feature=youtu.be

    published: 29 Jun 2013
  • The Court of Allah awaits you- Shaykh Ahmed Ali

    "The Court of Allah awaits you" By Shaykh Ahmed Ali A spine-chilling accounting of the hereafter in a short space of 30 minutes. Click here for more lectures by the Shaykh: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0BDC7AC3AEAB02C4&feature=viewall Brought to you by the Ink of scholars channel. Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/inkofscholars Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/inkofscholars

    published: 30 Oct 2011
  • Mohammed Ali court case

    ktnkenya.tv In response to overwhelming concerns expressed by Kenyans the standard group in a statement has confirmed that its senior investigative editor Mohammed Ali was today charged in court on allegations of handling a stolen phone. But whereas the group felt constrained by the fact that the matter is the subject of a judicial process, it expressed its concern over the intimidation and harassment its journalists continue to receive. The coincidence of the current arraignment of Mohamed Ali cannot be ruled out as part of a wider conspiracy the statement says. The standard group has urged the commissioner of police, the director of public prosecutions and the relevant government authorities to investigate the matter fully and assure the security of the journalist. The charges have been ...

    published: 14 May 2012
  • Danny Glover plays Thurgood Marshall in Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight: Cannes Film Festival

    The Bottom Line An engaging, overly snappy look at little-known aspects of a fascinating Supreme Court case. Venue: Cannes Film Festival (Special Screening) Cast: Christopher Plummer, Danny Glover, Frank Langella, Benjamin Walker, Ed Begley Jr., Peter Gerety, Barry Levinson Director: Stephen Frears Director Stephen Frears' historical drama recreates the inner workings of the 1970 Supreme Court as it determined the fate of Muhammad Ali for refusing to fight in the Vietnam War. One of the most headline-making U.S. Supreme Court decisions of the tumultuous early-1970s era is given a tantalizing but cut-and-dried behind-the-scenes treatment in Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight, a lively, overly cutesy inside look at how the justices ended up vindicating the boxer's refusal to serve in the Army...

    published: 28 May 2013
  • I Will Not Go With Ali-Modu Sheriff If Supreme Court Favours Him - Osita Chidoka

    For more information log on to http://www.channelstv.com

    published: 02 Jun 2017
  • Courte barbe & long pantalon ᴴᴰ | Nouman Ali Khan

    - La page Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/NAKFrancais

    published: 09 Sep 2015
  • Rashidah Ali Talks Court Case & Drama With Mandeecees

    http://www.vladtv.com/ - The reality TV star describes the status of the court case in which a NYC bouncer sued her for $10 million. She also discusses some ongoing drama with "Love & Hip Hop" star Mendeecees Harris in which he gave her $3,000 to secure him a new apartment. Ali says that when his friends, after seeing the two of them hanging out together, would ask him if he had an intimate relationship with her, Harris wouldn't exactly deny that maybe something was going on.

    published: 31 Mar 2013
  • Ayyan Ali arrival in court with new dress - watch video

    Ayyan Ali arrival in court with new dress - watch video Dawn News Headlines, News Stories Updates and Latest News from Pakistan Top Politics News, Dawn News Bulletin To Watch Latest News And Talk Shows Subscribe Our Channel Dawn News :- https://goo.gl/f6D4OG

    published: 31 Aug 2016
  • Tariq Aziz, Ali al-Majid appear in court

    VIDEO VETTED BY US MILITARY PLEASE NOTE: NO FACES FROM THE COURTROOM INTERIORS APART FROM THOSE ACCUSED ARE TO BE USED ON AIR MUTE AS INCOMING SHOTLIST 1. Tariq Aziz; former deputy prime minister and former foreign minister enters with guard and faces the judge 2. Various of Aziz listening 3. Cutaway hands in shackles 4. Aziz addresses the judge 5. Cutaway hands 6. Aziz gestures to the judge 7. Aziz sings his indictment papers 8. Cutaway judge stamping papers 9. Aziz signs more papers and leaves 10. Ali Hasan al-Majid, also known as Chemical Ali for his role in chemical weapons attacks against the Kurds, enters with guards 11. Ali talks to the judge 12. Wide shot judge and al-Majid 13. Judge and al-Majid talk while cameraman films them 14. Al-Majid puts on his gla...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
Muhammad Ali interview on not joining the army

Muhammad Ali interview on not joining the army

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Muhammad Ali on his decision to not joining the US army.
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Muhammad Ali Fights Again... in Court | TMZ

Muhammad Ali Fights Again... in Court | TMZ

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Muhammad Ali is suing two people because they screwed him over when selling him a house. WHO would EVER try to screw over the Greatest Boxer of All Time? SUBSCRIBE: http://po.st/TMZSubscribe About TMZ: TMZ has consistently been credited for breaking the biggest stories dominating the entertainment news landscape and changed the way the public gets their news. Regularly referenced by the media, TMZ is one of the most cited entertainment news sources in the world. Subscribe to TMZ on YouTube for breaking celebrity news/ gossip and insight from the newsroom staff (TMZ Chatter & TMZ News), the best clips from TMZ on TV, Raw & Uncut TMZ paparazzi video (from TMZ.com) and the latest video from TMZ Sports and TMZ Live! Keeping Up with Our YouTube Exclusive Content: TMZ Chatter: TMZ newsroom staff insight and commentary from stories/ photos/ videos on TMZ.com TMZ News: The latest news you need to know from TMZ.com Raq Rants: Raquel Harper talks to a celebrity guest with ties to the hip hop and R&B communities. Behind The Bar Podcast: TMZ's lawyers Jason Beckerman and Derek Kaufman loiter at the intersection of law and entertainment, where they look closely at the personalities, events and trends driving the world of celebrity — and how the law affects it all. We love Hollywood, we just have a funny way of showing it. Need More TMZ? TMZ Website: http://po.st/TMZWebsite LIKE TMZ on Facebook! http://po.st/TMZLike FOLLOW TMZ on Twitter! http://po.st/TMZFollow FOLLOW TMZ on Instagram! http://po.st/TMZInsta TMZ on TV & TMZ Sports on FS1 Tune In Info: http://po.st/TMZOnAir TMZ is on iOS! http://po.st/TMZiOS TMZ is on Android! http://po.st/TMZonAndroid Got a Tip? Contact TMZ: http://po.st/TMZTip Check out TMZ Live, TMZ Sports and toofab! TMZ Live: http://po.st/TMZLiveWebsite Subscribe! TMZ Live: http://po.st/TMZLiveSubscribe TMZ Sports: http://po.st/TMZSportsWebsite Subscribe! TMZ Sports: http://po.st/TMZSportsSubscribe Toofab: http://po.st/toofabWebsite Subscribe! toofab: http://po.st/toofabSubscribe Muhammad Ali Fights Again... in Court | TMZ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK7IIV6Q2junGSdYK3BmZMg
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PDP Leadership Tussle: Appeal Court Rules In Ali Modu Sheriff's Favour

PDP Leadership Tussle: Appeal Court Rules In Ali Modu Sheriff's Favour

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  • Updated: 17 Feb 2017
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Independent Lens | Trials of Muhammad Ali | Muhammad Ali Confronted and Redeemed | PBS

Independent Lens | Trials of Muhammad Ali | Muhammad Ali Confronted and Redeemed | PBS

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http://www.pbs.org/independentlens/trials-of-muhammad-ali/ Premiering Monday, April 14, 10pm/9c. Check local listings: http://www.pbs.org/independentlens/broadcast.html In this opening excerpt from the Independent Lens documentary Trials of Muhammad Ali, the famed boxer appears via satellite on Eamonn Andrews U.K. talk show in 1968, where he's confronted by David Susskind, a U.S. TV host, who calls Ali "a disgrace to his country and a convicted felon." This is contrasted with a more recent moment of redemption: Ali receiving the Medal of Freedom in 2005. Learn more about "Independent Lens": http://www.pbs.org/independentlens Watch "Independent Lens" films online: http://video.pbs.org/program/1218239994/
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1966 SPECIAL REPORT: Muhammad Ali FACES Illinois Athletic Commission For Making UNPATRIOTIC REMARKS

1966 SPECIAL REPORT: Muhammad Ali FACES Illinois Athletic Commission For Making UNPATRIOTIC REMARKS

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  • Updated: 21 Jun 2016
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On Feb. 25, 1964, 22 years after his birth in Louisville, Kentucky, and a year before his rebirth as Muhammad Ali, Cassius Clay beat Sonny Liston to become the heavyweight champion of the boxing world. Clay got the title shot through victories that were few but impressive and an attention-attracting style. Clay did not win in silence. He won in a shower of lyrical self-praise and rhyming bravado. He told anyone who would listen that he was “the prettiest, the wittiest, and the greatest.” At the end of the press conference following the Liston fight, only a few reporters remained when Clay spoke with a seriousness very different from his prior ballyhoo. Pressed to defend the separatist tenets of the Nation of Islam it was rumored he had embraced, the new heavyweight champion said the words that presaged his movement from the sports pages to the front pages. He said: “I don’t have to be what you want me to be.” Although largely unreported, the statement is crucial because it predicts and explains Ali’s actions for the rest of the decade, actions often unpopular and enigmatic at the time: the announcement in 1964 of his decision to join Elijah Muhammad’s Nation of Islam, his declaration in 1966 that he was a conscientious objector to the Vietnam War, and his refusal in 1967 to be inducted into the U.S. Army on grounds that participation in war violated the tenets of his religion. The last action meant that for 3½ years Ali was forced to defend himself in court while being prohibited from defending his heavyweight boxing title in the ring. However, it was not judges who kept Ali from prize fighting in the United States while his draft evasion case was litigated. It was boxing commissioners and politicians—sometimes on their own, sometimes under pressure from veterans’ groups, the press, and various self-appointed protectors of our “national honor.” The Ali ban was begun by Edwin Dooley, the president of the New York State Athletic Commission. During the afternoon of April 28, 1967, a few hours after Ali had formally refused induction but before he had been charged with a crime, Dooley announced that Ali’s license to box in New York had been “indefinitely suspended” because “his refusal to enter the service is regarded by the commission to be detrimental to the best interests of boxing.” Boxing commissions around the country quickly copied New York. From the start, sports page condemnation of Ali’s stance on the war was almost universal. In Chicago, Tribune sports writers began the call for cancellation of Ali’s scheduled March 1966 title fight in the city. The cry was taken up on the editorial page, which wrote, “We find it deplorable that so many Chicagoans are unwittingly encouraging him by their interest in a fight whose profits go largely to the Black Muslims, upon whom Clay counts to rise up and save him from his duty to his country.” One week after the Tribune began its campaign, the fight was canceled. In May 1967, in a seething editorial, Sports Illustrated declared that “without his gloves on, Ali is just another demagogue and an apologist for his so-called religion, and his views on Vietnam don’t deserve rebuttal.” While the effect of such aspersions is hard to measure, the widely disseminated sports page criticisms helped justify the actions of elected and appointed officials that kept Ali out of the ring for so long. For example, many New York City newspaper writers supported the decision of the state’s athletic commission.
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Ali joe fraizer speech on abc

Ali joe fraizer speech on abc

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  • Updated: 31 Dec 2008
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Will Smith plays Mohammad Ali, taken from the film "ali". one of his famous speeches which i love, a clips of the actual speech is in this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhVGei2Jljs and if anyone has the actual full footage of this please post it! please rate and comment..
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The Trials of Muhammad Ali: "Do This For A Living"

The Trials of Muhammad Ali: "Do This For A Living"

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  • Updated: 09 May 2013
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The Trials of Muhammad Ali is a Kartemquin documentary exploring Ali's lifelong journey of spiritual transformation. From his Louisville roots, through his years in exile, to receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom, Trials traces Ali's path from poet to pariah to global ambassador for peace. At each stage, the challenges Ali faces go far beyond the boxing ring and ultimately encompass issues of power, race, faith and identity that confront us all. Kartemquin.com/films/the-trials-of-muhammad-ali
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Supreme Court Judge Ali Hameed & Saeed Feydhoo

Supreme Court Judge Ali Hameed & Saeed Feydhoo

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  • Updated: 29 Jun 2013
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mirrored from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEKk8lgMH8o&feature=youtu.be
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The Court of Allah awaits you- Shaykh Ahmed Ali

The Court of Allah awaits you- Shaykh Ahmed Ali

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  • Updated: 30 Oct 2011
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"The Court of Allah awaits you" By Shaykh Ahmed Ali A spine-chilling accounting of the hereafter in a short space of 30 minutes. Click here for more lectures by the Shaykh: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0BDC7AC3AEAB02C4&feature=viewall Brought to you by the Ink of scholars channel. Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/inkofscholars Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/inkofscholars
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Mohammed Ali court case

Mohammed Ali court case

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ktnkenya.tv In response to overwhelming concerns expressed by Kenyans the standard group in a statement has confirmed that its senior investigative editor Mohammed Ali was today charged in court on allegations of handling a stolen phone. But whereas the group felt constrained by the fact that the matter is the subject of a judicial process, it expressed its concern over the intimidation and harassment its journalists continue to receive. The coincidence of the current arraignment of Mohamed Ali cannot be ruled out as part of a wider conspiracy the statement says. The standard group has urged the commissioner of police, the director of public prosecutions and the relevant government authorities to investigate the matter fully and assure the security of the journalist. The charges have been brought up eight months after the incidence. Sometime last year Mohammed was summoned by the police and informed that one of the mobile phones he was using was believed to have been stolen. He handed over the phone, identified the person who sold him the new unused phone and asked to go.
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Danny Glover plays Thurgood Marshall in Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight: Cannes Film Festival

Danny Glover plays Thurgood Marshall in Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight: Cannes Film Festival

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  • Updated: 28 May 2013
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The Bottom Line An engaging, overly snappy look at little-known aspects of a fascinating Supreme Court case. Venue: Cannes Film Festival (Special Screening) Cast: Christopher Plummer, Danny Glover, Frank Langella, Benjamin Walker, Ed Begley Jr., Peter Gerety, Barry Levinson Director: Stephen Frears Director Stephen Frears' historical drama recreates the inner workings of the 1970 Supreme Court as it determined the fate of Muhammad Ali for refusing to fight in the Vietnam War. One of the most headline-making U.S. Supreme Court decisions of the tumultuous early-1970s era is given a tantalizing but cut-and-dried behind-the-scenes treatment in Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight, a lively, overly cutesy inside look at how the justices ended up vindicating the boxer's refusal to serve in the Army and Vietnam. Unavoidably interesting historically and legally, this HBO Films original movie provides details unknown even to informed people who lived through the period and will illuminate younger viewers concerning an important aspect of the legendary sporting figure's life. The script by Shawn Slovo (A World Apart) is about judges, not about Ali himself, who nonetheless comes through as a strong presence via many great film clips and interview snippets from the time. The crux of the matter is that, upon winning the heavyweight crown, brash young Cassius Clay changed his name to Muhammad Ali, embraced Elijah Muhammad's Nation of Islam and eventually declared himself a conscientious objector on religious grounds to serving in the armed forces. In 1967, Ali was sentenced to five years in prison for refusing to report for duty. During the nearly four years it took for the case to work its way to the Supreme Court, he became a polarizing political figure, embraced by his fans and anti-war protestors and derided by the establishment as well as by some fellow blacks in sports. His passport revoked and his right to fight in the U.S. denied, Ali was stripped of his title and deprived of his livelihood during his prime as a fighter. As it settles in to take on new cases in October, 1970, the Supreme Court is led by Chief Justice Warren Burger (Frank Langella), a conservative just appointed by President Nixon the year before. Slovo's script often seems guided by a checklist of points that need to be stressed: The average age of the justices is 71, there are no women, Ivy Leaguers dominate, Nixon has personal expectations of the court to deliver verdicts to his liking and so on. In the broad, winking, even smirking acting style that director Stephen Frears has clearly approved, there is a slightly comic Seven Dwarfs aspect to the way the nine justices are portrayed, one no doubt meant to humanize them but which as often renders them a bit silly. For instance, the one black justice on the bench, Thurgood Marshall (Danny Glover), recuses himself from the Ali case due to a prior involvement with it and then spends all of his time watching soap operas or sex films (the court is considering a major pornography case that clearly requires extensive research) and denigrating the Nation of Islam: "They preach racial segregation. I'm an integrationist." Primary attention is paid to aging veteran jurist John Harlan II (Christopher Plummer), who was appointed to the court by Eisenhower in 1955 and is now suffering from multiple ailments, including failing eyesight and internal pains. He considers the Ali matter "a waste of the court's time," but his brash new clerk Kevin Connolly (Benjamin Walker), disagrees and helps make sure it isn't ignored. But this is nothing compared to the contribution he makes when the justices conduct their table vote, which goes 5-3 against Ali. The liberal Connolly is assigned by his boss to write an initial majority opinion, which he simply can't bring himself to do. With time out for jogging through the halls of the court offices, he spends the night researching possible legal precedents for the conscientious objection argument and finds one in an old decision in which Jehovah's Witnesses were exempted from military service on the same basis. At first, Harlan doesn't even want to hear about this but then begins reconsidering the issue like the wise and considerate man Supreme Court justices are supposed to be. The rest of quickly told tale is about the cancer-stricken man's strategic moves to bring his colleagues around to a unanimous decision in favor of Ali, not an easy matter in the case of Burger, upon whom Nixon is counting to send Ali to prison. Production Companies: Rainmark Films, HBO Films A _________________________ BlackTree Media Production Subscribe to our channel http://goo.gl/lVN14 Log onto our stream at http://goo.gl/74Ama Follow us on twitter @BlackTreeTV Click here to see more unique video at Comcast Xfinity 'Celebrate BlackTV' click here: http://xfin.tv/1sgUqKk
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I Will Not Go With Ali-Modu Sheriff If Supreme Court Favours Him - Osita Chidoka

I Will Not Go With Ali-Modu Sheriff If Supreme Court Favours Him - Osita Chidoka

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Courte barbe & long pantalon ᴴᴰ | Nouman Ali Khan

Courte barbe & long pantalon ᴴᴰ | Nouman Ali Khan

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- La page Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/NAKFrancais
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Rashidah Ali Talks Court Case & Drama With Mandeecees

Rashidah Ali Talks Court Case & Drama With Mandeecees

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http://www.vladtv.com/ - The reality TV star describes the status of the court case in which a NYC bouncer sued her for $10 million. She also discusses some ongoing drama with "Love & Hip Hop" star Mendeecees Harris in which he gave her $3,000 to secure him a new apartment. Ali says that when his friends, after seeing the two of them hanging out together, would ask him if he had an intimate relationship with her, Harris wouldn't exactly deny that maybe something was going on.
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Ayyan Ali arrival in court with new dress - watch video

Ayyan Ali arrival in court with new dress - watch video

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Tariq Aziz, Ali al-Majid appear in court

Tariq Aziz, Ali al-Majid appear in court

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VIDEO VETTED BY US MILITARY PLEASE NOTE: NO FACES FROM THE COURTROOM INTERIORS APART FROM THOSE ACCUSED ARE TO BE USED ON AIR MUTE AS INCOMING SHOTLIST 1. Tariq Aziz; former deputy prime minister and former foreign minister enters with guard and faces the judge 2. Various of Aziz listening 3. Cutaway hands in shackles 4. Aziz addresses the judge 5. Cutaway hands 6. Aziz gestures to the judge 7. Aziz sings his indictment papers 8. Cutaway judge stamping papers 9. Aziz signs more papers and leaves 10. Ali Hasan al-Majid, also known as Chemical Ali for his role in chemical weapons attacks against the Kurds, enters with guards 11. Ali talks to the judge 12. Wide shot judge and al-Majid 13. Judge and al-Majid talk while cameraman films them 14. Al-Majid puts on his glasses 15. Judge signing papers 16. Cutaway of Taha Yassin Ramadan, former Iraqi vice-president, (number 20 on the most wanted list) listening to the judge 17. Papers on judge's desk STORYLINE Saddam Hussein's 11 top lieutenants appeared in court following the former dictator, no longer prisoners of war but still locked up with U.S. forces as their jailers. The 11 included former Deputy Prime Minister Tariq Aziz, the regime's best-known spokesman in the West, and Ali Hasan al-Majid, known as "Chemical Ali." Aziz told the court later that he wanted a two-man defence team made up of a non-Iraqi Arab and a "foreign" one. He denied personal involvement in any of the regime's crimes. U.S. and Iraqi officials hope the trials will lay bare the atrocities of Saddam's regime and help the country recover from years of tyranny, the U.S.-led invasion and the insurgency that blossomed in its aftermath. Trying Saddam and his regime figures presents a major challenge to the Iraqis and Americans. The new Iraqi government is due to step down after elections in January, and a second national ballot will be held later next year. That means national policy on prosecuting Saddam and his backers could change depending on the makeup of the next government. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/2ab39f5e73d0db25ae00bd6950c51c4a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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