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Exposed: ‘Mustafa Ali’ sex video

 | April 12, 2013

The full video of a man resembling the PAS leader having sex with an unknown woman was released hours after screenshots of the video went viral.

PETALING JAYA: A Pro-Umno blogger has released the full video depicting a man resembling PAS secretary-general Mustafa Ali having sex with an unknown woman.

It was also alleged that the video stemmed from a plot hatched by Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim against the PAS leader.

Hapraknews.blogspot.com uploaded the 11.26 minute video late last night, and claimed that the man in the video was Mustafa.

The complete video came out hours after screenshots of the video went viral on several Umno blogs.

The video, appeared to be recorded in a hotel room, showed a man resembling Mustafa first having a brief conversation with the woman before engaging in sexual acts.

The blogger also claimed that a Terengganu police official had seized several VCDs of the video from PKR members who were distributing it in Kuala Terengganu.

Another pro-Umno blogger, Papagomo, claimed that Mustafa was targeted by Anwar because the veteran PAS leader was one of the strongest advocates of the PAS-Umno unity government.

The blogger also claimed Mustafa was persuading former PAS deputy president Nasaruddin Mat Isa and expelled member Hasan Ali, both of whom were Umno-friendly, to be the middlemen of the unity talks.

“Anwar should be smiling now because PAS can no longer say Anwar is not fit to be the prime minister because PAS also have morally-inept leaders among its ranks,” the blogger alleged.

Meanwhile, PKR vice-president N Surendran has dismissed claims that his party was involved in releasing the sex video.

“It’s absurd and baseless. The people need not pay attention to such accusations by Umno bloggers,” he said.

Surendran added that ties among Pakatan Rakyat component parties are strong and cordial.

“After many years being persecuted by BN, our bond has grown stronger and we are united to dislodge the corrupt BN from Putrajaya,” he said.


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