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Well me and my mother have just got in from Jamaica at Fort Lauderdale airport in Florida. And immigration pulled me aside and they ask me three questions, they ask me. What was my name? And, of course, I answered Muhammad Ibn Ali. And they asked me about where'd I get my name from, who gave me my name?
And I said, it's obvious my mother, my father named me. But they asked me, what was your religion? And I was like, I'm Muslim. Obviously, I don't think they believe me, so I told them I was Muhammad Ali's son. And I felt that my human rights was just abused.
I felt like a immigrant. I felt just like I felt at my father's funeral. I didn't know what to say, I was just dumbfounded. I didn't think about the President, or the ban or anything, it totally slipped my mind. Later on I looked at it like, okay, this is what's going on.
But we need to step into the ring and join the fight for righteousness, for truth, and for peace.