Mansoor Ijaz: External Links
This article is part of the Center for Media & Democracy's focus on the fallout of nuclear "spin."
The following are external links related to Mansoor Ijaz.
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- Crescent Hydropolis Resorts PLC
- Crescent Investment Group, Inc.
- Crescent Investment Management LLC
- Crescent Technology Ventures PLC
- Ijaz Group, Inc.
- The Crescent Partnerships
- Mansoor Ijaz, Crescent Hydropolis Resorts PLC, February 2006.
- Mansoor Ijaz, Benador Associates, February 2006.
- Mansoor Ijaz, South Asia Journalists Association/SAJA Group, Inc., February 2006.
- Mansoor Ijaz, Fox News, September 5, 2003.
- Speakers Biography: Mansoor Ijaz, Darden School of Business, University of Virginia, February 2002.
- Mansoor Ijaz in the Wikipedia.
- Mansoor Ijaz (1993-2000), NewsMeat.
- Mansoor Ijaz (1995-1996), Open Secrets. Includes one donation listed for Mansoor Ijaz, Crescent Moon Investors.
- Individual Contributions: Mansoor Ijaz and Ijaz, Federal Election Commission. Note that the FEC does not show any campaign contributions made by "Mansoor Ijaz" or "Ijaz" since 2000.
Articles & Commentary
- 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.
- 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.
- 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."
- Praveen Swami, "Strategic shift? Another U.S.-authored move to launch a dialogue involving the government and the secessionist groups in Kashmir may be in the offing," Frontline (The Hindu), May 27-June 9, 2000.
- B.L. Kak, "US 'secret' plan favours minor adjustments to LoC in J&K," Daily Excelsior (Jammu Kashmir.com), May 30, 2000.
- "Kashmir on verge of opting for India," UNI (The Tribune India), June 8, 2000.
- "We have raised an issue for debate," Frontline, July 8-21, 2000.
- Jaideep E. Menon, "Musawer Mansoor Ijaz - America's Secret Emissary," Bharat Rakshak Monitor, September-October 2000. Last updated with comments July 17, 2004, Pakistan-Facts.
- Praveen Swami, "A dangerous game. The process of seeking a direct settlement with terrorist groups has marginalised the prospect of a meaningful debate on autonomy, which could have propelled a real dialogue on the democratic aspirations of Jammu and Kashmir's diverse communities," Frontline (The Hindu), September 16-29, 2000.
- B.L. Kak, "Dar’s ally submits plans to Delhi for new J&K set-up," Daily Excelsior, September 23, 2000.
- Praveen Swami, "U.S. role in evidence," Frontline (The Hindu), December 9-22, 2000.
- Op-Ed: "Mediator Reveals Blueprint for Peace in Kashmir," The News International, December 25, 2000.
- "Saudi trying to moderate Jehad in Kashmir," Press Trust of India (Indian Express), December 25, 2000.
- K. Gomango, "Mansoor Ijaz and His 'Mission Kashmir'-I," Kashmir Sentinel, April 1-May 31, 2001.
- Dr. Subhas Kapila, "United States and the AGRA Summit," South Asia Analysis Group, August 10, 2001.
- "Mansoor Ijaz discusses the Clinton administration's failure to deal with Osama bin Laden and what Islamic Americans need to do in the current environment," CNBC News Transcripts (Free Republic), December 6, 2001.
- Chuck Noe, "Aide: Clinton Unleashed bin Laden," NewsMax, December 6, 2001.
- Transcript: Interview with Mansoor Ijaz, CNN, December 22, 2001.
- Jen McCaffery, "Did Clinton miss shot at bin Laden? Former Christiansburg resident stirs up controversy," The Roanoke Times (Virginia), December 26, 2001.
- David Rose, "The Osama Files," Vanity Fair (The European Sudanese Public Affairs Council), January 2002. See page 2.
- Arshad Sharif, "Brig Cheema Says Omar Misleading Investigators," Dawn Cooperative Research, February 15, 2002. re Daniel Pearl
- K. Gomango, "Mansoor Ijaz and his 'Mission Kashmir'," Kashmir Sentinel, April 2002.
- B. Raman, "Daniel Pearl's Murder: Questions without answers," South Asia Analysis Group, April 17, 2002.
- Jen McCaffery, "Private Diplomat Acts on International Stage, The Roanoke Times (Virginia), April 28, 2002.
- Robert Sam Anson, "The Journalist and The Terrorist. (Daniel Pearl and Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh)," Vanity Fair (Cooperative Research), August 2002.
- Bob Newman, "Iranian Support in Terror War Debated," CNS News.com (GlobalSecurity.org), November 29, 2002.
- "Ijaz - 'plutonium is most likely a pure version'," The Command Post, April 11, 2003.
- Rory McCarthy, "Inside story of the hunt for Bin Laden. The al-Qaida leader is said to be hiding in northern Pakistan guarded by a 120-mile ring of tribesmen whose job it is to warn of the approach of any troops," Guardian (UK), August 23, 2003.
- Rafael Epstein, "Experts analyse latest alleged bin Laden tape," ABC News (Australia), September 11, 2003.
- Rafael Epstein, Transcript: "Pakistan accused of not doing enough to capture bin Laden," The World Today - ABC News (Australia), September 12, 2003.
- Chaim Kupferberg, "There’s Something About Omar: Truth, Lies, and The Legend of 9/11," Centre for Research on Globalisation, October 21, 2003 (68-page pdf; "Enter Daniel Pearl", page 5); and "Truth, lies, and the legend of 9/11" (Part 2 of 10 parts: "Enter Daniel Pearl,") Online Journal, November 8, 2003.
- "Useful Fools: Iran Hosts Bin Laden, Plans to Invade Afghanistan (Fox News)," Tiny Vital, November 20, 2003.
- "Report: Iranians hiding bin Laden. Disguised al-Qaida leaders plotting attacks, Tehran helping warlord retake Afghanistan," WorldNetDaily, November 21, 2003.
- Carol Devine-Molin, Book Review: "Bill Clinton's sins of omission," Enter Stage Right, December 8, 2003. Ijaz interviewed by Richard Miniter for "Losing Bin Laden. How Bill Clinton's Failures Unleashed Global Terror," Regnery Publishing, ISBN 0-8952-6074-3.
- Wallace, "Saddam's Nuclear Program?" little green footballs, December 19, 2003. See entry #9: "Bomb shell after bomb shell."
- Laura Rozen, re "Mansoor Ijaz says that his father, Pakistani nuclear scientist Dr. Mujaddid Ahmed Ijaz, was working for 'atoms for peace'," War and Piece, February 13, 2004.
- "Ijaz: Clarke Blocked bin Laden Extradition," NewsMax, March 22, 2004.
- "Osama on a Silver Platter? Yeah, Right," The Blog from Another Dimension, March 25, 2004.
- "Shadowy sources of sleaze," Hellblazer, March 28, 2004.
- Jane Mayer, "The Search for Osama. Did the government let bin Laden’s trail go cold?" The New Yorker, July 28, 2004 (August 4, 2004, issue).
- Steve Rendall and Julie Hollar, "Fox Leans Right, White, and Male," Extra! (AlterNet), August 5, 2004: "FAIR's latest study of Fox's flagship news program reveals a network less diverse than ever."
- Owen Bowcott, "Al-Qaida trail links leading suspects with UK. Arrest of key figures in Bin Laden network connected to US computer surveillance and raids in Britain," Guardian (UK), August 6, 2004.
- B. Raman, "Why Amjad Farooqi had to die," Asia Times, September 30, 2004.
- Manohla Dargis, "Film Review; Lowering the Subtlety Of Political Discourse," New York Times, October 22, 2004. re the 2004 movie Celsius 41.11: The Temperature at Which the Brain... Begins to Die.
- "FOX 'foreign affairs analyst' made no sense," Media Matters for America, October 30, 2004.
- Toni, "Coffee Addicts - Read This and Weep - Caribou Backed by 1st Islamic Investment Bank," View from Tonka, July 26, 2005.
- "Deconstructing Mansoor Ijaz," Terror in Delhi 10/29, November 8, 2005.
- Syed Saleem Shahzad, "Time to talk: US engages the Taliban," Asia Times, November 22, 2005.
- Neena Gopal, "Iran 'has bomb and trying to make more'," Gulf News (InformationClearinghouse), January 27, 2006.
- Aussiegirl, "Another race-card smear, this time from Mansoor Ijaz," Ultima Thule, February 22, 2006.
- "U.S. Customs Inspecting Dubai's Home Ports," NewsMax, February 25, 2006: "NationalReviewOnline's Mansoor Ijaz reports that Dubai was 'the first Middle East government to accept the U.S. Container Security Initiative as policy to screen all containers for security hazards before heading to America.'"
- Jeremy Watson, "Dubai's Atlantis to wow the world," The Scotsman, February 25, 2006.