1. Muhammad Ali Jauhar told Hussein that releasing the hostages would be a good PR move, convincing the dictator to agree.
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3. In 2002, Muhammad Ali Jauhar was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his contributions to the entertainment industry.
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4. In 1979, Muhammad Ali Jauhar guest-starred as himself in an episode of the NBC sitcom Diff'rent Strokes.
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6. Muhammad Ali Jauhar appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated on 37 different occasions, second only to Michael Jordan.
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7. In 1993, the Associated Press reported that Muhammad Ali Jauhar was tied with Babe Ruth as the most recognized athlete, out of over 800 dead or living athletes, in America.
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9. In 1963, Muhammad Ali Jauhar released an album of spoken word music on Columbia Records titled, I Am the Greatest, and in 1964, he recorded a cover version of the rhythm and blues song "Stand by Me".
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10. Muhammad Ali Jauhar appeared in the documentary film Black Rodeo riding both a horse and a bull.
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11. Muhammad Ali Jauhar had a cameo role in the 1962 film version of Requiem for a Heavyweight, and during his exile from boxing, he starred in the short-lived 1969 Broadway musical, Buck White.
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18. On July 27, 2012, Muhammad Ali Jauhar was a titular bearer of the Olympic flag during the opening ceremonies of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
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25. Muhammad Ali Jauhar conceded "They didn't tell me about that in America", and complained that Carter had sent him "around the world to take the whupping over American policies.
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26. Muhammad Ali Jauhar was unable to explain why the African countries should join the US boycott when it had failed to support the African boycott of the 1976 Olympics, and was unaware that the Soviet Union was sponsoring popular revolutionary movements in Africa.
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27. In 1980, Muhammad Ali Jauhar was recruited by President Jimmy Carter for a diplomatic mission to Africa, in an effort to persuade a number of African governments to join the US-led boycott of the Moscow Olympics.
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28. Muhammad Ali Jauhar began visiting Africa starting in 1964, when he visited Ghana.
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29. Muhammad Ali Jauhar registered for conscription in the United States military on his 18th birthday and was listed as 1-A in 1962.
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31. Muhammad Ali Jauhar was a resident of Cherry Hill, New Jersey, in the early 1970s.
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34. Muhammad Ali Jauhar fought Ken Norton for the third time in September 1976.
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41. Muhammad Ali Jauhar began training at a farm near Reading, Pennsylvania, in 1971 and, finding the country setting to his liking, sought to develop a real training camp in the countryside.
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47. Muhammad Ali Jauhar defended his title against former heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson on November 22, 1965.
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48. Muhammad Ali Jauhar said in his 1975 autobiography that shortly after his return from the Rome Olympics, he threw his gold medal into the Ohio River after he and a friend were refused service at a "whites-only" restaurant and fought with a white gang.
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51. Muhammad Ali Jauhar traveled to numerous countries, including Mexico and Morocco, to help out those in need.
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52. In 1960, Muhammad Ali Jauhar won a spot on the US Olympic boxing team, and traveled to Rome, Italy, to compete.
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63. Muhammad Ali Jauhar died of a stroke in London on 4 January 1931 and was buried in Jerusalem by the choice of his relatives, friends and admirers.
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65. Muhammad Ali Jauhar opposed the Nehru Report, which was a document proposing constitutional reforms and a dominion status of an independent nation within the British Empire, written by a committee of Hindu and Muslim members of the Congress Party headed by President Motilal Nehru.
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68. Muhammad Ali Jauhar moved to Delhi in 1912 and there he launched an Urdu-language daily newspaper Hamdard in 1913.
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72. Muhammad Ali Jauhar was elected to become the President of Indian National Congress party in 1923 and it lasted only for a few months.
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