Ali to Receive a Prestigious German Prize



Muhammad Ali will receive a prestigious German prize for his commitment to the U.S. civil rights movement and his work as a U.N. peace ambassador

The legendary boxer Muhammad Ali will follow famous Mikhail Gorbachev, Simon Wiesenthal and Yehudi Menuhin, to receive the next prestigious German prize on December 17, 2005 for his commitment to the U.S. civil rights movement and his work as a U.N. peace ambassador. German Society for the United Nations praises Ali for his unable to be halt commitment to the society despite the Parkinson he suffered from.

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