Beena Sarwar of SAFMA and ex-RAW chief

Beena Sarwar is among the founders of SAFMA – A Media forum that is deeply penetrated by Indian agents working as journalists, imposing a “cultural” and “ideological” warfare in our main stream media. Here is one of her discussions with previous RAW chief Vikram Sood bashing Pakistani patriots and people who are against Indian atrocities. She shares and retweets Vikram Sood’s anti-Pakistan articles yet claims to be a Patriot (with deviant Ideology).

The actual Twitter interaction:!/aceiqbalismail/status/185266245464096768


Marvi Sirmed takes a cheap shot at Pakistan Army

A die heart supporter of SAFMA’s policies, Marvi Sirmed takes another cheap shot at the noble institution of Pakistan on her Twitter today:


Her today’s (re)tweets also give a reason as to why she and the traitor organization SAFMA are against the ideology of Pakistan and Two Nation Theory. In one of her re-tweets she endorsed the opinion of one Dr. Waseem Maghlani where they want to get rid of Pakistan being an independent, sovereign and separate country by starting off with the formation of All India Muslim League’s formation in 1906 which led to the creation of a separate homeland for Muslims of subcontinent (that is we Pakistanis) by our beloved Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

SAFMA Members

A tentative list of Pakistani members of SAFMA:

1. Imtiaz Alam, President SAFMA Pakistan

2. M. Ziauddin, Executive Editor Express Tribune

3. Zahid Hussain, Senior Editor Newsline

4. Nazir Leghari, Editor Awam

5. Hussain Naqi, Journalist

6. Sadaf Arshad, Executive Editor Media Monitor

7. Atta-ul- Musawar, City Editor, Express Tribune
8. Amir Mehmood, General Secretary, CPNE
9. Siddique Baloch, Editor, Balochistan Times
10. Tariq Chaudry, Vice President of PFUJ
11. Tahir Rathore, President, Rawalpindi-Islamabad Union of Journalists (RIUJ)
12. Khalid Farooqi, Editor, Daily Awaz
13. Ayaz Khan, Editor Editorial, Daily Express
14. Raza Rumi, The Friday Times
15. Shahzada Zulfiqar, Senior Journalist, Quetta

16. Nusrat Javeed, Anchorperson Aaj TV

17. Sirmed Manzoor, General Secretary SAFMA, Pakistan

18. Agha Nasir, Director Geo News

19. Iftikhar Ahmed, Anchorperson Geo News

20. Babar Ayaz, Columnist
21. Saleem Shahid, President Quetta Press Club

22. Dr. Jabbar Khattak, Editor Awami Awaz

23. Ghazi Salahuddin, Columnist

24. Mujahid Barelvi, Anchorperson CNBC

25. Irfana Mallah, Columnist
26. Jehangeer Aslam, President Turbat Press Club
27. GN Mughal, Senior Sindhi Journalist
28. Ghulam Nabi Chandio, Editor
29. Syed Mumtaz Shah, Editor Mashriq Quetta and Lahore
30. Lala Asad, President Sukkar Press Club
31. Khalid Khokar, Editor
32. Fayyaz Naich, Anchorperson Sindh TV
33. Amer Sindhu, Columnist
34. Anjum Rasheed, Senior Journalist Jang Group
35. Khalid Chaudhry, Former Editor AajKal
36. Shoaib Adil, Editor Naya Zamana
37. Saida Fazal, Resident Editor Business Recorder

38. Munno Bhai, Columnist

39. Ibrahim Shirwani, Senior Journalist

40. Asma Shirazi, Anchor SAMAA TV

41. Afzal Khan, Columnist

42. Mustansar Javed, Editor DateLine

43. Rana Qaisar, Resident Editor Pakistan Today, Islamabad

44. Shamsul Islam Naz, Former Sec-Gen PFUJ

45. Khushnood Ali Khan, Editor Jinnah

46. Mehmal Sarfaraz, Editor Oped Daily Times

47. Khaled Ahmed, Editor and Columnist, Director at the SAFMA, Lahore

48. Allama Sadiq Azhar, Columnist Waqt

49. I A Rehman, Senior Journalist and Director HRCP

50. Shamim Shahid, President Peshawar Press Club



Indian agents managed to enter PTV- Pakistan’s state-run channel


Does CNN Know How Many Of Its Indian Journos Have Intelligence Links?
This is how Washington and London’s new slave-soldier in Asia is destabilizing the region, while the Am-Brit media keeps the pressures on Pakistan, Iran, Russia and China. Read how SAFMA was created with RAW’s help. This report uncovers some juicy details about RAW’s tactics, straight from the mouths of some of the foreign journalists who have worked in New Delhi. Names are mentioned here. Learn also how Indian operatives managed to lay their hands on the archive of PTV, Pakistan’s state-run channel. Our special correspondent, Christina Palmer, leads a team of investigative journalists that has produced this report. Continue reading

SAFMA on Kashmir

J&K: Newspapers question SAFMA’s silence

Leading newspapers like Greater Kashmir and Rising Kashmir Daily have questioned the silence of South Asian Free Media Association on the crackdown on newspapers in the Valley. They have questioned the credibility of the organisation that professes to fight for the cause of press freedom. Continue reading