On the saddest moment of the death of one of the best sportsman of the history, The president of USA Barat Obama has delivered his emotions in a brief statement in which he paid the turbine to the legendary Champion Muhammad Ali.
Â Â â€œI am America,â€ he once declared. Â â€œI am the part you wonâ€™t recognize. Â But get used to me â€“ black, confident, cocky; my name, not yours; my religion, not yours; my goals, my own. Â Get used to me.â€Â Muhammad Ali was The Greatest. Period. If you just asked him, heâ€™d tell you. Heâ€™d tell you he was the double greatest; that heâ€™d â€œhandcuffed lightning, thrown thunder into jail.â€
But what made The Champ the greatest â€“ what truly separated him from everyone else â€“ is that everyone else would tell you pretty much the same thing.
Like everyone else on the planet, Michelle and I mourn his passing. Â But weâ€™re also grateful to God for how fortunate we are to have known him, if just for a while; for how fortunate we all are that The Greatest chose to grace our time.
In my private study, just off the Oval Office, I keep a pair of his gloves on display, just under that iconic photograph of him â€“ the young champ, just 22 years old, roaring like a lion over a fallen Sonny Liston. I was too young when it was taken to understand who he was â€“ still Cassius Clay, already an Olympic Gold Medal winner, yet to set out on a spiritual journey that would lead him to his Muslim faith, exile him at the peak of his power, and set the stage for his return to greatness with a name as familiar to the downtrodden in the slums of Southeast Asia and the villages of Africa as it was to cheering crowds in Madison Square Garden.
â€œI am America,â€ he once declared. Â â€œI am the part you wonâ€™t recognize. Â But get used to me â€“ black, confident, cocky; my name, not yours; my religion, not yours; my goals, my own. Â Get used to me.â€
Thatâ€™s the Ali I came to know as I came of age â€“ not just as skilled a poet on the mic as he was a fighter in the ring, but a man who fought for what was right. Â A man who fought for us. Â He stood with King and Mandela; stood up when it was hard; spoke out when others wouldnâ€™t. Â His fight outside the ring would cost him his title and his public standing. Â It would earn him enemies on the left and the right, make him reviled, and nearly send him to jail. Â But Ali stood his ground. Â And his victory helped us get used to the America we recognize today.
He wasnâ€™t perfect, of course. Â For all his magic in the ring, he could be careless with his words, and full of contradictions as his faith evolved. Â But his wonderful, infectious, even innocent spirit ultimately won him more fans than foes â€“ maybe because in him, we hoped to see something of ourselves. Â Later, as his physical powers ebbed, he became an even more powerful force for peace and reconciliation around the world. Â We saw a man who said he was so mean heâ€™d make medicine sick reveal a soft spot, visiting children with illness and disability around the world, telling them they, too, could become the greatest. Â We watched a hero light a torch, and fight his greatest fight of all on the world stage once again; a battle against the disease that ravaged his body, but couldnâ€™t take the spark from his eyes.
Muhammad Ali shook up the world. Â And the world is better for it. Â We are all better for it. Â Michelle and I send our deepest condolences to his family, and we pray that the greatest fighter of them all finally rests in peace.
Rabwah; The National Spokesperson of Jamaâ€™at Ahmadiyya, Pakistan, Salim udDin, has released the official statement on the murder of Ahmadi Doctor in Attock on the religious bases.
“I am shocked and saddened at the news of Dr Hameed Ahmadâ€™s murder. This is a pain that Jamaâ€™at Ahmadiyya has long had to get used to. Only recently on May 25, another Ahmadi, Mr Daud Ahmad, was killed in a similar targeted attack in Karachi.
“It is a cause of great concern to us that in the space of ten days, two innocent Ahmadis have been gunned down outside their homes. It seems that members of the community are again in the crosshairs of extremist groups. On the one hand the authorities speak of good governance, and on the other nothing is done to safeguard the rights of Ahmadis in Pakistan. Hate-speech against Ahmadis has become a matter of routine in the country and enables tragic events like this to take place.
Ramzan is about to start from tomorrow. To provide the basic and necessary goods to the people District government has set the Ramzan bazar in Rabwah where all basic goods will be provided at low prices. CO Chiniot CH Faisal will supervise the bazar. Stalls have been set and the chairs have also been set for the old people children and ladies.
DPO Chiniot Shokat Khichi and Minister of Minorities have spoken to a press conference in Chiniot and have strongly condemned the killing of Ahmadi Doctor Hameed Ahmad in Attok on the religious bases.
Tahir Sindhu the Minister of Minorities said that CM Punjab Shehbaz Sharif has taken notice of the killing and has condemned the incident. Shehbaz Sharif has ordered the inquiry of the incident and has ordered to arrest the criminals as soon as possible. He said that the teams have been made to arrest the killers and the murderers will be arrested soon. He said that no one will be allowed to harm anyone on the bases of faith. DPO said that the security measure are being taken to protect the Ahmadis.
DR Hameed Ahmad was killed in Attok by the unknown bike riders in front of his clinic. He was a humble man and a good poet too.
Umer FC has won the grand final of the Fazal E Umer Soccer League 2016. The final of Fazal E Umar Soccer League season 2016 was played between Umer FC and Tahir Soccer Club at the ground of Dar Ul Yaman. A Large number of crowds gathered to see the final of the tournament. Mirza Fazal Ahmad Nazir Taleem Sadar Anjuman Ahmadiyya was the chief guest of the ceremony.
First half of the match was a very thrilling one and both teams attacked on each other but could not score the goal. In the second half Umer FC managed to score the first goal of the match. Tahir Soccer club tried their best to equalize but could not score. In the final minutes of the match Umer Fc scored the goal and one the second season of the Fazal E Umar Soccer league and beat the favorites Tahir soccer club. Remember that Tahir soccer club finished at the top of the table after league matches whereas Umer FC finished at the 4th place.
After the match Chief guest Mirza Fazal Ahmad awarded the wining trophy cash prizes and shield to the winning and losing teams.