Muhammad Ali Honored In a Traditional Islamic Service 

Family, friends and supporters flocked to The Kentucky Exposition Center to honor the great  Muhammad Ali in Louisville, Kentucky. The prayer service, called a Jenazah, was held for the four-time world heavyweight boxing champion.

Joslyn Winkfield Jun, 09, 2016

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Muhammad Ali's wife Lonnie and his daughter Laila attend Muhammad Ali's Jenazah in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Muhammad Ali's casket arrives at Freedom Hall for his Jenazah in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Jesse Jackson speaks to members of the media before Muhammad Ali's Jenazah in Louisville, Kentucky.

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A man reads prayers before Muhammad Ali's Jenazah in Louisville, Kentucky in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Women wait for the beginning of an Islamic prayer service for Muhammad Ali at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Eight-year-old Layla Selenica waits for Muhammad Ali's Jenazah in Louisville, Kentucky.

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People arrive for an Islamic prayer service for Muhammad Ali at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Women pray before Muhammad Ali's Jenazah in Louisville, Kentucky.

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A man reads the Quran after arriving for an Islamic prayer service for Muhammad Ali in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Safih Amed, speaks former boxing champion Sugar Ray Leonard before Muhammad Ali's Jenazah in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Girls adjust their headscarves before an Islamic prayer service for Muhammad Ali in Louisville, Kentucky.

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People arrive for an Islamic prayer service for Muhammad Ali at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Saayfullaah Ali reads prayers before Muhammad Ali's Jenazah in Louisville, Kentucky.

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A woman reads prayers before Muhammad Ali's Jenazah in Louisville, Kentucky.

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A man reads the Quran as people wait for an Islamic prayer service for Muhammad Ali in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Jerry Martin of Martinsville, Va. prepares his horse Rekoa outside of Freedom Hall where Muhammad Ali's Jenazah in Louisville. Martin will walk the horse outside during the service.

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Don King stands next to former boxing champion Sugar Ray Leonard during Muhammad Ali's Jenazah in Louisville Kentucky.

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Laila Ali speaks to her husband Custis Conway during her father's Jenazah in Louisville Kentucky.

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Veronica Porche-Ali, Muhammad Ali's former wife, attends his Jenazah in Louisville Kentucky.

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Family members pray during Muhammad Ali's Jenazah in Louisville, Kentucky.