Mansoor Ijaz: External Links

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This article is part of the Center for Media & Democracy's focus on the fallout of nuclear "spin."

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1996

  • Voice of America, October 6, 1996: "American Mansoor Ijaz is a nuclear physicist who has set up a foundation to help improve the standard of living in third world countries. Mansoor Ijaz says corruption is the greatest threat in the post Cold War era and a root cause of problems." Followed by comment by Ijaz.

1997

  • David B. Ottaway, "Democratic Fund-Raiser Pursues Agenda on Sudan," Washington Post (SurvivorRightsInternational.org), April 29, 1997: "Ijaz is not registered with the Justice Department as a lobbyist for Sudan and said he has received no compensation from the Khartoum regime. He acknowledged that the congressional ban, as originally devised, would have impinged on his business aspirations in Sudan. But his larger ambition, he said, is to parlay his Democratic connections into a powerful Muslim American lobby with influence on U.S. foreign policy."
  • Jill Abramson, Money Buys a Lot More Than Access, The New York Times, November 9, 1997, Sunday, Late Edition - Final, SECTION: Section 4; Page 4; Column 1.

1999

  • Letter to the Editor of Washington Times from the Indian Embassy, June 19, 1999: "'Facts' about India Just Misinformation." Re June 12, 1999, commentary by Mansoor Ijaz: "Delicate dealings in New Delhi."
  • Shaheen Sehbai, "Sanctions waiver approved," Dawn, October 7, 1999: "The final waiver came only after an epic battle between Pakistani and Indian lobbies and last minute long-distance interventions by Foreign Minister Sartaj Aziz, Petroleum Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, Pakistani lobbyist Charlie Wilson and a prominent Pakistani-American Mansoor Ijaz, who used his clout with the Clinton Administration and key senators to pull it through."

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