Husain Haqqani Network distributes women’s wrestling video featuring Mansoor Ijaz

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It is interesting to see that the usual suspects (urban elites and their middle-class flatterers, members of the Namoos-e-Haqqani Network) are currently busy in distributing and publicizing a cheap video clip of women’s wrestling featuring Mansoor Ijaz, one of the two main characters involved in the memo case. The timing and intent of this video are as important as are the issues of the lifestyle liberals’ network and selective morality.

The video was ‘leaked’ on Pakistan’s social media via Shahid Saeed, a junior member of the Namoos-e-Husain-Haqqani network (Honour of Husain Haqqani Network) who is known for his Zardari-phobia, urban elites-philia and Iftikhar Chaudhry apologia. He is the same person who blamed the prosecution for the release of the SSP terrorist Malik Ishaq by the ISI-backed judiciary.

Shahid Saeed claims that he received this video via ‘somebody’. Is that somebody former Ambassador Husain Haqqani himself?

Several of those who are currently distributing this cheap video were distributing insulting pictures of shaheed Salmaan Taseer’s family two years ago. Perhaps some of these (senior ones) were also involved in forging and distributing insulting pictures of Nusrat Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto in late 1970s and also during 1980s. Shahid Saeed’s friend Samad Khurram published insulting pictures of the Taseer family on pkpolitics.com and also on Dr. Awab Alvi’s Teeth Maestro blog. Overall, this cheap tactic reflects a Jamaatia mindset and a Jamaatia or military background.

Two other members of the Namoos-e-Husain-Haqqani network were tasked to publish and circulate the Mansoor Ijaz video, one in Pakistan via Cafe Pyala aka Cafe Jhangvi notorious for its Shia-phobia, and the other in India via Rezaul Hasan Laskar, who has a similar dubious background.

Recently, Nadir Hasan has described in his article in Express Tribune how several urban elites (lifestyle liberals) are acting as convenient promoters and propagandists of Husain Haqqani.

Here is a screen image of how Shahid Saeed ably performed his duties assigned by the Husain Haqqani Network to propagate the said video.

Text of tweets

shahidsaeed Shahid Saeed
Mansoor Ijaz in some crazy, nasty, NSFW music video bit.ly/yNwZxr [at 2:46] (via somebody)

dhume01 Sadanand Dhume
@shahidsaeed Are you sure it’s him? This just gets weirder and weirder.

shahidsaeed Shahid Saeed
@dhume01 appar video was removed from MTV & acc to a forum post, due to political reasons. I believe people have mailed director & singer

Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
@Mehmal our 2 bits on the Mansoor Ijaz music video with mention of @cpyala http://t.co/qLCExop8

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cpyala Cafe Pyala
I demand that this Mansoor Ijaz video be placed as evidence in front of the ‘Memogate’ Commission!

cpyala Cafe Pyala
Concur w everybody, WTF?!? MT @shahidsaeed Mansoor Ijaz in some crazy, nasty, NSFW music video bit.ly/yNwZxr [at 2:46] (v/ somebody)

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Laibaah1 Laibaah
This is how urbane elites (fake liberals) network. Cafe Jhangvi (CPyala) has posted a cheap video of Mansoor Ijaz at women’s wrestling.

Do u know who provided Cafe Jhangvi (cpyala) with cheap video? Of course, same person who published insulting pics of Benazir and Nusrat Bhtto

Cafe Jhangvi (cpyala) is the so called media critic blog which hasn’t published a single post on media’s silence on Baloch genocide by army.

Cafe Jhangvi (cpyala) is the same blog which hasn’t published a single post on media’s silence on Shia killings by ISI-SSP.

Cafe Jhangvi (cpyala) is the same blog which is known for publishing anti-Shia posts and comments in liaison with Jamaatia Samad Khurram.

Cafe Pyala or Cafe Altaf? wp.me/p1joLZ-9Ni

Askari Raza’s murder: Cafe Jhangvi makes fun of Shia protesters in Karachi wp.me/p1joLZ-aae

Cafe Pyala or Cafe Jhangvi? On Pakistani urban liberals’ sectarian rants wp.me/p1joLZ-9PE

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pseudorebel Assad Zulfiqar Khan
Does that hold true where one was meant to be private and the other for public consumption?

you cant equate personal photographs to a music video which is meant for a mass audience

maybe i havent seen anyone use it to slander and or defame him. all the posts i have seen have been about the novelty of it

i see the novelty of the music video, as long as they arent using it to taint him and condemn him  then isnt that part of being in the public eye?

the question is did Mansur Ijaz partake in that video willingly knowing it would be seen by millions? Of course he did. The Taseers never wanted those pictures to be in the public domain.

the difference being those were private pictures (and in the Bhutto case faked)

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AbdulNishapuri Abdul Nishapuri
Novelty is not a good enough argument. Bhuttos and Taseers pics were novel too. It is the intent, timing, selective morality!

Any comment on timing, intent, network and selective morality?

The opportunistic posting and selective morality are two concerns, in addition to ill-intent and elitist networking.

For an alternative context: https://pakistanblogzine.wordpress.com/2012/01/16/when-journalists-and-politicians-become-friends-husain-haqqani-network-by-nadir-hassan/

This is where right-wingers and so called liberals converge. Publishing and circulation of insulting pictures & videos. 2 sides of same coin!

The Mansoor Ijaz video shows the same mindset which published and distributed offending pictures of Bhuttos and Taseers.

The publication and circulation of a cheap video (Masnoor Ijaz) shows a Jamaatia mindset. An example of ad hominem and personal attack.

We invite Cafe Pyala to post this video: youtu.be/9SNSWwEnuLg or these ones: criticalppp.com/archives/64548

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Cafe Pyala post

Um…Is That Who We Think It Is?

Some new evidence has come to light related to ‘Memogate’ that we think should be placed in front of the Commission investigating whether any crime was committed and if there is enough evidence to charge former Pakistan ambassador Husain Haqqani for it… Hey, with Blackberry’s parent company RIM dilly-dallying about handing over crucial data, might as well go with whatever evidence you can scrounge…

The bit we’re focusing on begins around the 02:45 mark… Thanks to @shahidsaeed for it. Enjoy:

http://cafepyala.blogspot.com/2012/01/umis-that-who-we-think-it-is.html

Comments

Anonymous said…
All for the frivolous, but could we also talk about this brave reporter who has been silenced by the Taliban.

http://tribune.com.pk/story/323271/targeted-attack-taliban-gun-down-senior-tribal-journalist-in-charsadda/

JANUARY 18, 2012 11:37 AM
Veena Malik said…
May be he is mansoor ijaz, I am in doubt.
But even if he is, we can’t say that Court can’t hear this case. This case should be solved. And if Haqqani is innocent, there will be no harm to him.

JANUARY 18, 2012 4:02 PM

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Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
our 2 bits on the Mansoor Ijaz music video http://t.co/qLCExop8

Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
Thanks to @shahidsaeed this tune has been in my head all morning. “Ms Double D’s got the take down, she’s on top.” youtube.com/watch?v=B0QvR1…

24 Comments to “Husain Haqqani Network distributes women’s wrestling video featuring Mansoor Ijaz”

  1. urban liberals are like a mfaia.

  2. Why have not Cafe Pyala, Rezaul Laskar, Shahid Saeed etc shown similar interest in Baloch genocide by army?

  3. Rezaul Hasan Laskar is third rate journo who can write anything if you throw a bone at him.

  4. This was written by Rezaul as asked by Haqqani.

    A music video featuring businessman Mansoor Ijaz, the central character in the memo scandal, and scantily clad female wrestlers has been creating a buzz among Pakistani users of social networking and micro-blogging websites.
    The video for DJ and remixer Junior Jack’s 2007 hit song ‘Stupidisco’, which features Ijaz as a commentator at a female wrestling competition, was posted on Twitter late on Tuesday night.
    It was subsequently shared by Pakistani users at other social networking websites.

    The video for a song with a pulsating backbeat, which reached the number 20 slot in the UK singles charts, has Ijaz commenting on a wrestling match between two wrestlers named “Ms Double D” and “Nasty Nasty”.
    At one stage, he is heard saying: “Look at that, we’ve got some real tumbling going on here”.
    Ijaz laughs and describes the action at the match, saying, “Ms Double D’s got the take down, she’s on top. She’s the reigning world champion. Oh she’s giving it to her good now”.
    As some users of Twitter raised questions about the authenticity of the video, one enterprising blogger even tracked down an even racier making-of video that showed Ijaz participating in the shoot for the music video.
    Ijaz created a storm in Pakistan’s political circles and triggered a confrontation between the civilian government and the military after he made public what he claimed was a memo that had sought US help to stave off a possible coup after the killing of Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad in May last year.
    The Pakistani-American businessman failed to make a scheduled appearance before a Supreme Court-appointed commission that is probing the memo issue on January 16.
    The commission has now directed Ijaz to appear before it on January 24.
    Media reports on Wednesday said Ijaz had been issued a visa by the Pakistani Embassy in Switzerland and would fly from London to a military airbase in Rawalpindi on January 24.
    Ijaz’s appearance in the music video also generated jokes in the virtual world. Cafe Pyala, a leading Pakistani blog, referred to the video and said in a post: “Some new evidence has come to light related to ‘Memogate’ that we think should be placed in front of the commission investigating whether any crime was committed…”

    http://ibnlive.in.com/news/video-featuring-mansoor-ijaz-creates-internet-buzz/221997-56.html

  5. Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
    So it’s now Mansoor Ijaz, businessman, memo delivery man, music video star…what else did I leave out?

    AliDayan Ali Dayan Hasan
    ISI-lover, egotist RT @mirza9: filthy rat RT @Rezhasan So it’s now Mansoor Ijaz, biznesman, memo delivery man, music video star…what else

    AliDayan Ali Dayan Hasan
    Random thought: Veena Malik and Mansoor Ijaz have a lot in common – sophistication, nuance, humility, integrity, patriotism, ISI…

    abbasnasir59 Abbas Nasir
    Please be patient and see to the end for what Mansoor Ijaz does when he’s not writing memos bit.ly/zMiyqp

    Razarumi Raza Rumi
    “@viralchopra: @Razarumi Watch Mansoor Ijaz beyond Memogate. This time in a ‘cat fight’ on @wespeaknews tiny.cc/s6bm8 #Pakistan #PTI”

    FiveRupees Five Rupees
    Holy mother of god RT @shahidsaeed Mansoor Ijaz in some crazy, nasty, NSFW music video bit.ly/yNwZxr [at 2:46] (via somebody)

    mirza9 Shaheryar Mirza
    filthy rat? RT @Rezhasan So it’s now Mansoor Ijaz, businessman, memo delivery man, music video star…what else did I leave out?

    omar_quraishi omar r quraishi
    Mansur Ijaz in a 2004 music video — via @cpyala cafepyala.blogspot.com/2012/01/umis-t…

  6. Cheap, populist, insult to journalism, reality of Pakistan’s liberal, English media: tribune.com.pk/story/323483/s…

    How cheap can @etribune be in being a part of the Husain Haqqani Network?

    http://tribune.com.pk/story/323483/stupidisco-mansoor-ijaz-features-in-music-video/

    Pakistani-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz has once again made waves in Pakistan, this time for his alleged appearance in a music video as a commentator at a kinky wrestling match.
    The video for Italian house DJ Junior Jack’s 2004 single ‘Stupidisco’, features scantily clad female wrestlers fighting it out on stage.
    Ijaz appears in the video at the 2:47 mark and comments on the ongoing match. At one point he is heard saying, “Look at that, we’ve got some real tumbling going on here.”
    The video started making rounds on Twitter late Tuesday night, with questions being raised regarding whether it was actually Ijaz who appeared in the video.
    Outspoken Mansoor Ijaz has caused a stir in Pakistan after writing a column in an American newspaper alleging that a Pakistani government official — alleged to be the PPP’s Husain Haqqani — had asked him to deliver a controversial document to Admiral Mike Mullen, requesting him to deliver a warning to the Pakistani military against a takeover.
    A key witness of the Memogate scandal, Ijaz is likely to appear before the judicial commission tasked with probing the controversy on January 24.

  7. shahidsaeed Shahid Saeed
    @jhaque_ please tell that maniac guy posing as anon girl that video was posted by bit.ly/A8WWUp where i picked it up from

    Laibaah1 Laibaah
    @jhaque_ I will not respond to his abusive tweet. He is a part of the distribution network and he has done his job well.

  8. SamadK Samad Khurram
    @
    @shahidsaeed @AmmarRashidT If we support Zardari enough they’ll turn against him too!
    50 seconds ago Favorite Retweet Reply

    SamadK Samad Khurram
    @yumnna wait till he starts trawling the net looking for old pictures of you. #AlreadyDidItToMe @alsheikho
    1 minute ago

    yumnna Y J
    @
    @alsheikho Ok. Let’s talk this out Sheikho. Why are you so obsessed with me?
    5 minutes ago
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    SamadK Samad Khurram
    @
    @AmmarRashidT I am their first and last love. All the rest are people who talk to me on twitter. Yeh @shahidsaeed muft may ragra gaya!
    6 minutes ago

    SamadK Samad Khurram
    @
    @shahidsaeed Why are you ignoring me Shahid Saeed Khan?

    shahidsaeed Shahid Saeed
    @
    @AmmarRashidT haha as @SamadK said + oppose anything even a tiny %age of ‘urban fake liberal twitterati’ are saying + here: HH’s past
    6 minutes ago Favorite Retweet Reply

    shahidsaeed Shahid Saeed
    @
    @AmmarRashidT the ‘dearealization of LUBP as they say. More like crazy contrarian and ‘opposing’ their ‘twitter enemies’ heh @SamadK
    14 minutes ago

    shahidsaeed Shahid Saeed
    @
    @AmmarRashidT yeah cocaine trafficking like. this is least of their craziness, remember? after all @samadk is a JI & LeJ leader, homophobe
    14 minutes ago Favorite Retweet Reply

    shahidsaeed Shahid Saeed
    @
    @SamadK mukhtasir alfaaz mein ammar ko samjhaanay ke liye mujhay aap ke handle ko ignore karna parr gaya, at the altar of 140
    15 minutes ago

    shahidsaeed Shahid Saeed
    @
    @AmmarRashidT mujhay kisi ne link bheja tha which i later found out was first discovered by shehryar69. why are you reading maniac laibaah?

    AmmarRashidT Ammar Rashid
    @
    @shahidsaeed you’re saying in their hate for folks like you and @SamadK they’ve unwittingly positioned themselves against HH?
    12 minutes ago

    AmmarRashidT Ammar Rashid
    @
    @shahidsaeed but i dont get it. why would criticalppp folks, for all their unadulterated looniness, be anti-HH and pro-MI? @SamadK
    15 minutes ago
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    AmmarRashidT Ammar Rashid
    @
    @shahidsaeed so these folks actually believe there is a thing in existence that is the ‘husain haqqani network’?
    16 minutes ago Favorite Retweet Reply

    AmmarRashidT Ammar Rashid
    @shahidsaeed @SamadK boys can you please tell me if this post is satire or for real? bit.ly/zYQtT

    umairjav Umair Javed
    HAHAHAHA. An epic blogpost, full of phrases like Zardari-phobia, urban elites-philia, Iftikhar Chaudhry apologia: #LOL pakistanblogzine.wordpress.com/2012/01/18/hus…
    3 hours ago Favorite Retweet Reply

    spopalzai Shaheryar Popalzai
    Dear @shahidsaeed, how does one become ‘notorious lifestyle liberal’ pakistanblogzine.wordpress.com/2012/01/18/hus…
    3 hours ago

    shahidsaeed Shahid Saeed
    @
    @spopalzai haha hide your kids hide your wife and hide your husband cause lifestyle liberals rapin’ everybody out there #legendantoinedodson

    srazikazmi Prince Kazmi
    Husain Haqqani Network distributes women’s wrestling video featuring Mansoor Ijaz: It is interesting to see tha… bit.ly/wFl8vN

  9. Pakistan scandal’s latest twist: naked wrestling

    By CHRIS BRUMMITT
    The Associated Press

    ISLAMABAD — A scandal over a secret memo to Washington that could bring down the Pakistani president took a strange turn Wednesday when a music video surfaced featuring the chief accuser acting as a commentator for a naked female wrestling bout.

    Opponents of Mansoor Ijaz, an American of Pakistani origin, said the clip damaged his credibility ahead of his scheduled appearance at a Supreme Court commission in this conservative Muslim country. The Florida-born businessman has pledged to provide damning evidence that the Pakistani government sent the note seeking U.S. help preventing a military coup in the aftermath of the American raid that killed Osama bin Laden on May 2, 2011.

    Others were simply amused at the latest twist in an affair that has transfixed the media and raised tensions between the government and the powerful military to dangerous levels. Dubbed “memogate” in the Pakistani media, one Twitter user suggested it should now be renamed “booty-gate.”

    Ijaz, who boasts of close friendships with the U.S. security establishment and past back-channel diplomatic roles in Sudan and Kashmir, claims the unsigned memo was authored by the then-Pakistan envoy to Washington, Husain Haqqani.

    Ijaz says that at Haqqani’s request, he delivered the memo to Adm. Mike Mullen, the top U.S. military officer at the time. Mullen’s spokesman confirmed that his boss did receive the memo from Ijaz but that he did not find it credible and ignored it.

    Haqqani denied any role in the memo but resigned last year amid pressure from the outraged military. Ijaz has said that he gave computer records implicating Haqqani to Pakistan’s spy chief, Lt. Gen. Shuja Pasha, who he says flew to London to meet with him in October. Pasha has told the court that he found the evidence credible.

    The country’s top court is now probing the affair, which some believe could result in treason charges against Haqqani. President Asif Ali Zardari could also be vulnerable if — as Ijaz’s lawyer claims — it can be proven he also knew about the note. The investigation comes as Pakistani-U.S. relations are at an all-time low.

    It was unclear why the wrestling video, which was made in 2004 and has been viewed for years on the Internet, came to light only now. Ijaz’s role was apparently spotted by a blogger late Tuesday and spread quickly through social media.

    Ijaz told The Associated Press he thought the video’s emergence was part of an effort by Haqqani to discredit him ahead of his testimony but conceded he had no evidence of this. He confirmed that the video was not a hoax.

    Ijaz appears in two versions of the same video for “Stupidisco,” a house music track by Italian producer Junior Jack that was a club hit in 2004.

    One clip features bikini-clad women wrestlers ‘Double D’ and ‘Nasty Nancy,’ who end up grappling on a mat in a sexually provocative fashion. The other is the same until the final 30 seconds, when the women remove each other’s clothes.

    Ijaz’s scenes and dialogue feature in both versions.

    “She’s giving it to her good now! You’ve got some real tumbling going on here. Nancy’s got that mean look,” he says, as the two women wrestle in front of him. At one point, Ijaz’s eyes widen and his mouth gapes as the video cuts to the women ripping each other’s bikinis off.

    Ijaz said he had not known he would appear in the version containing full nudity.

    “I did this as a favor for my wife’s best friend, whose planned actor for the part did not show up for the shoot that day,” he said in a telephone interview from an undisclosed location, citing alleged threats to his life as a result of his role in the memo scandal. He said the shoot took place in Brussels, and that there was no other person available with an American accent.

    “I was never present for any part of the video where those naked girls were shown. My wife was present at all times.”

    Ijaz provided the AP with 2004 email correspondence between him and the producer of the video in which he threatens legal action unless the producer removes him from the clip that contains nudity.

    “Given my political and public profile in the United States and around the world, it is impossible for me to appear in any part of any video clip with nudity of any type,” he wrote. He included a reply from the producer, who assured Ijaz he would cut his role from the X-rated version and remove it from the Internet.

    Haqqani’s lawyer, Zahid Bokhari, said the “Stupidisco” video shows that Ijaz “can break all the norms of decency.”

    “I think a man of that stature, one who can go to that extent for fame, he can make up all kinds of false stories. I am really stunned by this,” said Bokhari. He dismissed Ijaz’s claim that the video was part of campaign to question his credibility, noting that it was made and put on the Internet years ago.

    The bikini video was uploaded onto YouTube in 2009, with 376,000 views since then, according to that website. The version in which the women appear naked was uploaded to a site called Dailymotion in 2007.

    For Ijaz, the videos cast an unwelcome spotlight on his plans to come to Pakistan and testify to the Supreme Court commission next Tuesday. Ijaz has said he will present Blackberry smart phones with records of conversations between him and Haqqani that prove the former envoy authored the memo.

    Interior Minister Rehman Malik, a Zardari loyalist, has hinted Ijaz could face legal troubles himself if he comes to Pakistan, alleging he once claimed to have brought down an earlier government.

    Local media have speculated that Ijaz will fly into a military air base and then be escorted by the army to the court to testify, such is his importance to the case.

    Akram Sheikh, Ijaz’s lawyer, claimed the government was trying to stop his client from traveling to Pakistan.

    “So what if my client has been dancing on the Internet,” said Sheikh. “What difference does that make? He has never claimed to be perfect, or running an orphanage. Would Mr. Haqqani like his personal life exposed?”

    Haqqani, who returned to Pakistan to cooperate with the probe, is now living as a guest at the prime minister’s residence, claiming his life is in danger. He has been banned by the commission from leaving the country. His wife has lobbied in Washington in his defense, and several U.S. lawmakers have spoken up for him.

    The memo scandal is not the only threat to the Pakistani government, which has struggled since Zardari’s election in 2008. Like previous governments, his administration has had difficult relations with the army, which has never trusted Zardari.

    On Thursday, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani is to appear before the Supreme Court to explain why his government has not asked Swiss authorities to reopen an old corruption case against Zardari. The court has initiated contempt proceedings against Gilani for failing to do this.

    The government has long refused to write the letter, arguing that Zardari enjoys immunity from prosecution while in office. But Gilani’s lawyer, Aitzaz Ahsan, said Wednesday that “there was no harm” in writing the Swiss because Zardari enjoys immunity from prosecution.

    ___

    January 18, 2012 02:06 PM EST

    http://www.ajc.com/news/nation-world/pakistan-scandals-latest-twist-1306699.html

  10. Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
    @
    @shobz my 2 bits: the damage is already done.
    1 hour ago

    faizanlakhani Faizan Lakhani
    40 parliamentarians have obtained special passes to attend supreme court tomorrow in support of prime minister
    1 hour ago
    Retweeted by Rezhasan

    Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
    gotta hand it to Aitzaz Ahsan, the man knows the law & then some.
    1 hour ago

    cpyala Cafe Pyala
    Updated Post: With the latest defence and offence “Um…Is That Who We Think It Is (Updated)” bit.ly/At5zUs
    1 hour ago
    Retweeted by Rezhasan

    Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
    @
    @majorlyprofound You’ve got some real tumbling going on here. (___) got that mean look – fill blank with name of suitable person.
    1 hour ago
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    Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
    @
    @pierrefitter hey btw, have the Indian news channels run the MI video?
    1 hour ago Favorite Retweet Reply

    Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
    I’ve seen some weird stuff in my 2 decades as a journo, nothing comes close to Mansoor Ijaz. The man is a living talking miracle.

    Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
    In MI’s own words: He said shoot took place in Brussels & that there was no other person available with an American accent.
    1 hour ago

    Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
    I don’t believe this – I told @thekarachikid earlier video was shot in Europe & MI was used coz he was only one with an American accent.
    1 hour ago
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    Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
    this man @cjbrummitt should take a bow for writing one of the funniest stories of the year ajc.com/news/nation-wo…
    2 hours ago Favorite Retweet Reply

    Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
    @
    @shobz dude you were too busy eyeing the women, that’s why.
    2 hours ago

    tazeen Tazeen
    MT @MichaelKugelman Mansoor Ijaz looks so much younger in wrestling video. That rigorous memo-delivering seems to have aged him.

    Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
    Mansoor Ijaz’s lawyer Akram Sheikh: So what if my client has been dancing on the Internet? @mughalbha
    2 hours ago

    Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
    @
    @cpyala @Mehmal btw, just to blow our own trumpet – Press Trust of India was first to put out a report on this video.
    2 hours ago

    Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
    @
    @cpyala i haven’t seen the uncensored version. Please DM link. the making-of video was pretty racy tho. @Mehmal
    2 hours ago

    Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
    @
    @seemasirohi I cant get enough of anything that shows up this guy for what he is – a FRAUD.
    2 hours ago

    Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
    @thekarachikid we were both right: Mansoor Ijaz says he did video as favour for wife’s best friend, whose actor didn’t show for the shoot.
    2 hours ago

    Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
    At one point, Ijaz’s eyes widen & his mouth gapes as the video cuts to the women ripping each other’s bikinis off ajc.com/news/nation-wo…
    2 hours ago

    Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
    Seems there’s another XX-rated version of “Stupidisco” video which Mansoor Ijaz says he wasn’t aware he’d appear in.
    2 hours ago

    Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
    As expected, Mansoor Ijaz blames @husainhaqqani for sudden emergence of “Stupidisco” video ajc.com/news/nation-wo…
    2 hours ago
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    Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
    And Mr Mansoor Ijaz confirms “Stupidisco” video is not a hoax ajc.com/news/nation-wo…
    2 hours ago Favorite Retweet Reply

    Rezhasan Rezaul Hasan Laskar
    @javeednusrat small clarification – it was a Press Trust of India report about the Mansoor Ijaz video on the CNN-IBN website.

  11. AliDayan Ali Dayan Hasan
    Random thought: Veena Malik and Mansoor Ijaz have a lot in common – sophistication, nuance, humility, integrity, patriotism, ISI…

    AliDayan Ali Dayan Hasan
    “Nancy’s got that mean look”… #Memogate
    1 hour ago Favorite Retweet Reply

    cjbrummitt chris brummitt
    bit.ly/ABJrVi It’s him. Mansoor Ijaz admits appearing in naked female wrestler video, says his wife was ok with it #memogate
    3 hours ago
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    AliDayan Ali Dayan Hasan
    @Mehmal Junior Jack. Senior Jack. General Jack. #Memogate
    45 minutes ago Favorite Retweet Reply

    AliDayan Ali Dayan Hasan
    “You’ve got some real tumbling going on here.” Kayani’s “got that mean look” too … #Memogate

  12. cpyala Cafe Pyala
    @
    @shahidsaeed It all gets murky rather fast. Esp when you bring in terms like ‘fake liberals’, appar a term LUBP and PTI lot can agree on.

    mazdaki Mohammad Taqi
    @
    @cpyala @gulmeenay What’s up w/Mansoor Ijaz saving old emails & BBMs – kinda like Monica Lewinsky’s attachment to her blue dress

    cpyala Cafe Pyala
    Updated Post: With the latest defence and offence “Um…Is That Who We Think It Is (Updated)” bit.ly/At5zUs
    1 hour ago

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    For everyone who lecherously ogled at #mammogate video. Here is penance for you all!! Photu: bit.ly/yB2woH
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    cpyala Cafe Pyala
    “So what if my client has been dancing on the Internet,” said Akram Sheikh. “What difference does that make?” This getting better & better.

    cpyala Cafe Pyala
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    @Mehmal Far be it from us to spread real fahashi. Go to Google, type “stupidisco uncensored”. First vid. @Rezhasan
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    Mindfuck! RT @aleefbaypay Had a weird thought that @cpyala group could also be part time hackers using the blog to divert attention
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    cpyala Cafe Pyala
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    @Rezhasan Haha. Just saw this. Btw you know that there’s an uncensored version as well? Where all is revealed😉 @Mehmal
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    @jalalhussain Will credit @shehryar69. @shahidsaeed

  13. : : : Update : : :

    This old video seems to have really caught the public imagination (how could it not!). And has also led to Mr Mansoor Ijaz confirming to the Associated Press (AP) that it is in fact him in the 2004 video. Of course he thinks it’s been publicised at the behest of his current nemesis Mr Husain Haqqani in order to discredit him, which fits in perfectly with our earlier assessment of what ails him. We would just like to assure him that we do not have Mr Haqqani goading us on and neither do, we think, any of the people on Twitter who first discovered and shared the video out of a love for, ahem, house music. We would like to admit that we did find it – and him in it – really funny.

    Even funnier, however, are the statements being made in earnest by him and on his behalf. Particularly upset about the uncensored version of the video – which reveals all – we have Ijaz telling AP:

    “I was never present for any part of the video where those naked girls were shown.”

    That’s the equivalent of Bill Clinton saying that when he smoked marijuana in his younger days, he didn’t inhale. Hey, dude, what’s the problem even if you were there? Apparently this:

    “Ijaz provided the AP with 2004 email correspondence between him and the producer of the video in which he threatens legal action unless the producer removes him from the clip that contains nudity. “Given my political and public profile in the United States and around the world, it is impossible for me to appear in any part of any video clip with nudity of any type,” he wrote. He included a reply from the producer, who assured Ijaz he would cut his role from the X-rated version and remove it from the Internet.”

    Oops. (And boy, talk about being anal about emails!)

    Since he’s so adamant about not ever being around any nude people, here’s a ‘Making Of’ video of the video. We’ll let you judge for yourselves.

    Our favourite quote, however, comes from the loquacious Akram Sheikh, Mr Ijaz’s lawyer in Pakistan:

    “So what if my client has been dancing on the Internet,” said Sheikh. “What difference does that make?”
    Now that’s what we call fighting wrestling spirit.

    http://cafepyala.blogspot.com/2012/01/umis-that-who-we-think-it-is.html

  14. Dubious journalist Rezaul Hasan Laskar has been tasked by Husain Haqqani Network to publicize this story as much as possible. He has so far published two news items on this in Indian newspapers;

    Music video seeks to tarnish my credibility: Ijaz
    Press Trust Of India
    New York, January 19, 2012

    First Published: 21:49 IST(19/1/2012)

    Controversial Pakistani-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz, the protagonist in the memo scandal, has alleged supporters of President Asif Ali Zardari are drawing attention to a music video featuring him and scantily clad female wrestlers, to tarnish his credibility.

    The video features Ijaz as a commentator at a female wrestling competition and has created a buzz online, with bloggers and netizens putting Ijaz to ridicule.
    The businessman, however, has claimed that supporters of Zardari have drawn attention to the clip in an effort to damage his credibility as a witness ahead of his testimony in the scandal, according to an article in the New York Times.

    Pakistani blog Cafe Pyala, which unearthed the music video rejected Ijaz’s claim that it drew attention on behalf of either Zardari or former Pakistani ambassador to US Hussain Haqqani, who had to resign last year following Ijaz’s revelation about the memo written to seek US help prevent a possible military coup in Pakistan following Osama bin Laden’s killing in May.

    The bloggers said they wanted to “to assure him (Ijaz) that we do not have Haqqani goading us on and neither do, we think, any of the people on Twitter who first discovered and shared the video out of a love for, ahem, house music.”

    “We would like to admit that we did find it — and him in it — really funny.”

    They said Ijaz used to appear frequently as a “terror analyst” on TV channel Fox News. The blogger said he remembered seeing Ijaz on Fox News and recognised him as being the same man in the video.

    “When I saw him on Fox News ages ago, I was like, ‘That’s that guy from that song,'” the blogger said.

    Ijaz failed to appear before a Supreme Court-appointed commission that is probing the memo issue on January 16. He has been directed to appear before it on January 24.

    http://www.hindustantimes.com/world-news/Americas/Music-video-seeks-to-tarnish-my-credibility-Ijaz/Article1-799508.aspx

  15. Mansoor Ijaz’s video and other absurdities
    By Maria Waqar
    Published: January 19, 2012

    The writer is a sub-editor at The Express Tribune and tweets @MariaWaqar
    Life is absurd, say the existentialists. They believe that its vicissitudes are not governed by fate or destiny. In fact life’s capricious events are utterly meaningless — there is no lucid narrative tying them together.
    But as a strong believer in the coherence and interrelations of events in this world, I had never paid much heed to this philosophy until yesterday, two minutes and 47 seconds into the music video of Italian House DJ Junior Jack’s song “Stupidisco”, my worldview floundered like a castle of cards. There he was — none other than Mansoor Ijaz — amidst a blatant display of flesh, keeping the scorecard for female wrestlers.
    Seeing the man, whose allegations shook the foundation of our civilian government, in a video featuring semi-nude female warriors was just bizarre, to say the very least.
    We, as a nation, have spent several months speculating about the origins and motives of the mysterious American-Pakistani who precipitated a furore in Pakistani politics. We have seriously wondered why Ijaz came out of the blue with his allegations, brandishing his BlackBerry transcripts against former ambassador Husain Haqqani.
    Many of us have desperately tried to salvage the truth from the deluge of clichés that we have been subjected to in this case — is Ijaz a RAW agent or a member of the Zionist lobby?
    But for those interested in knowing more, here’s some additional information to satiate your curiosity. Not only has he made millions and negotiated between governments, Ijaz has also made an appearance in an unctuous music video. Don’t expect this piece of information to serve as an epiphany about his ‘true’ interests and identity; in fact it will just hurl you in throes of utter confusion.
    At least that’s what it did to me. Just as I saw Ijaz judge a melee between women clad in bikinis, that left little to the imagination, a news alert in the adjacent tab on my computer screen conveyed that the American-Pakistani will be judged very soon. Not in a wrestling ring, but in front of the judicial commission in investigating the memogate scandal.
    I tried to connect the dots — find some sort of an explanation linking the ludicrous juxtaposition of an important businessman whose words have profoundly impacted Pakistani politics, with a cameo in an R-rated music video. But it just didn’t make sense. Damn, I thought, couldn’t he just have been a RAW agent? It would have made so much more sense. But it appears that in this case, fact is indeed stranger than fiction.
    At that moment, I wondered how our electronic media would debate this ‘issue’. How will our news channels, relentless in their quest for pithy political analysis, link Ijaz’s appearance in a sleazy video to the memo case?
    After all, the coterie of strident politicians and screeching talk show hosts take this country’s myriad issues very seriously. They take its politics very seriously. They even take Veena Malik seriously.
    So, how will they ever contextualise this new development in the momentous memogate scandal?
    Well, the flurry of speculations has already begun to gain momentum. After watching the video, Ijaz’s opponents are casting aspersions on his character in an attempt to undermine him and his allegations. He has responded, alleging that those behind the video are Haqqani sympathisers, a charge that has been denied.
    But the truth is that, for once, we need to stop rationalising and finding causal linkages and just ponder over the absurdity of the situation. The instigator of the memogate controversy, which has aggravated the civil-military schism like no other issue in recent times, is the same man who chuckles when the voluptuous Double D ‘gives it good’ to her opponent. There is nothing more to it; there’s no superior sense you can make out of it.
    Pakistani politics has always been exciting and overwhelming, but it has now officially entered the realm of the absurd.
    Published in The Express Tribune, January 20th, 2012.
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    faraz
    an hour ago
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    What is absurd about it? What has the video got to do with memo? A personality may have multiple facets. You are making a mountain out of a molehill. Pointless article
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    Parvez
    41 minutes ago
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    It appears that you got hold of a bit of trivia and got all excited – in the morning, when you look at again, it will still be trivia.

    http://tribune.com.pk/story/324077/mansoor-ijazs-video-and-other-absurdities/

  16. Cafe Jhangvi and Express Tribune publishing soft porn on their websites:

    http://tribune.com.pk/multimedia/videos/323499/

    http://tribune.com.pk/story/324077/mansoor-ijazs-video-and-other-absurdities/

    http://cafepyala.blogspot.com/2012/01/umis-that-who-we-think-it-is.html

    Pakistan Politics said…
    So what does that have to do with our Memo-Gate?

    He could have done anything in the PAST, but does it prove that Mr. Ijaz and Haqqani weren’t connected on BBM and didn’t delivered that Memo?

    Let’s our Supreme Court do the case🙂

    JANUARY 19, 2012 12:28 AM
    Salman Latif said…
    With another video of a ‘munni badnaam huwi’ dance in front of High court bar association lawyers, we cant rest assured that the corridors of law will, at best, be amused at this ‘hard work’ by Mansur Ijaz.

    JANUARY 19, 2012 2:06 AM
    Mansoor Ijaz Supporter said…
    I had my doubts about this mansoor ijaz guy but after seeing this video I completely support him.

    JANUARY 19, 2012 4:22 AM
    TLW said…
    Wow. This is nutty.

    And I now guess it’s legitimate to post pornographic, or near pornographic material on Pakistani blogs?

    But seriously, this whole memo saga has taken a turn for the worse and weird. And the players have just deepened the extent of sleaziness they exuded.

    JANUARY 19, 2012 5:44 AM
    Zohaib said…
    Dear everybody, you have to understand the culture of the country where mansoor ijaz lives in. A video like this is absolutely OK in US. Our case is memo issue which as mentioned above has to be proven by the court and this video has nothing to do with it.

    In addition, e.g. if this video is taken to be true, 1) what has it got to do with memo? 2) How would this video help in denying the BBM proof etc. 3) If Haqqani has done nothing wrong why is he in a buncker?

    So please let the court decide, and do not get carried away with any propaganda.

    JANUARY 19, 2012 5:50 AM
    Anonymous said…
    why r v more concerned with manssor ijaz’s past n his doings he is a witness good or bad let him prove what he claims

    JANUARY 19, 2012 12:35 PM
    AK said…
    cant believe the pyala ppl would stoop so low and do this kind of ‘ news spreading’, you guys are not journilsts of even the lowest standard.
    What has this got to do with memo case?
    i do not support mansoor ijaz or haqqani but this post of yours has made me think, i never want to visit your blog again
    cheap news, why dont you contribute your intelligent analysis or digging crap to roz nama jawani or something
    really disappointed, what a waste

    JANUARY 19, 2012 6:35 PM

  17. It was unclear why the wrestling video, which was made in 2004 and has been viewed for years on the Internet, came to light only now. Ijaz’s role was apparently spotted by a blogger late Tuesday and spread quickly through social media.

    Ijaz told The Associated Press he thought the video’s emergence was part of an effort by Haqqani to discredit him ahead of his testimony but conceded he had no evidence of this. He confirmed that the video was not a hoax.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia-pacific/pakistani-prime-ministers-lawyer-says-no-harm-in-reopening-graft-case-against-president/2012/01/18/gIQAfk5P7P_story.html?tid=sm_btn_tw

  18. Video of the Day: The Many Lives of Mansoor Ijaz
    By Amna R. Ali 19 JANUARY 2012 NO COMMENT

    Unflattering light: Whoever dug up the latest dirt on Mansoor Ijaz must be having a silent chuckle.

    Oh dear, just when the Islamic Republic of Pakistan had seen enough of public nudity in 2011, courtesy Veenagate, the New Year rings in another naked gaffe beating itself up on a shaggy carpet. This time it’s the key Memogate actor in the limelight. Newspapers are abuzz about the clash of the bikinis in DJ Junior Jack’s 2004 club hit ‘Stupidisco,’ which was uploaded to YouTube in 2009 and features Mansoor Ijaz (see full video below). Because of Ijaz’s surprising cameo, everyone and his sanctimonious mullah will have seen, or will watch, “The World Ladies Wrestling Championship Final” to catch a glimpse of the infamous Pakistani-American businessman at the 2:47 mark on the video announcing, “There’s some very good tumblin’ goin’ on here.”‬

    It’s ironic that while the bikini-clad wrestlers, the slim and sexy Nasty Nancy and Double-D, face-off in what Ijaz, as match commentator, pitches as the match of the century, the bigger denouement to a thrilling clash of wits may be just round the corner, as Pakistan and the Memo Commission wait for Ijaz, a US citizen, to finalise his travel plans. In the meantime, his defence counsel, Mohammad Akram Sheikh, will probably be inundated with calls about Ijaz’s role in the video – for the record Ijaz has verified its authenticity, saying he did it for his wife’s best friend – and for a while people will, possibly, digress from wondering whether Research in Motion (RIM) will be able to provide the highly encrypted data from BBM and SMS messages on Mansoor Ijaz’s and Husain Haqqani’s Blackberrys.

    In the meantime, while we wait for Ijaz to land onshore, we can watch every man’s soft-porn fantasy come true and wonder whether the mullah-morality brigade will raise a hue and cry about Ijaz’s voyeuristic leanings and participation in such a smutty video, or whether they’ll forgive him because he’s a man, unlike Veena Malik, who was so obviously, a woman.

    Whoever dug up the dirt on Ijaz must be having a silent chuckle. Maybe it was Ijaz himself, in an attempt to deflect attention from his upcoming testimony and to hold back the Memo Commission! Things couldn’t get wackier in this nation, especially when Supreme Court judges and religious leaders will probably consider it their national duty to watch the video. They might agree with Ijaz when he says, “She’s givin’ it to her good now. How do you like that Frank, it’s some pretty good action ain’t it.”

    But they should be forewarned, as the video states in the beginning, “Some scenes may be unsuitable for sensitive people.”

    On Thursday, in the typically ambiguous and confused style he consistency displays, Rehman Malik added to the ongoing Memogate storyline by stating that Ijaz may or may not arrested on his arrival, but was prepared to offer the businessman full security.

    It seems like there will be “some very good tumblin’ goin’ on here.”

    http://www.newslinemagazine.com/2012/01/video-of-the-day-the-many-lives-of-mansoor-ijaz/

  19. Shame on Husain Haqqani and his paid touts Samad Khurram, Shahid Saeed, Beena Sarwar, Cafe Pyala.

    Their reality has been exposed by Nadir Hasan.

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