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I think about Faisal. Undoubtedly he has plenty to say about this â€“ and I know he will say it; eloquently, forcibly, loudly. And without fear.
But from my safe haven across the world I can rail against this violence thatâ€™s hit my world of cricket so hard. Do these bastards want your lovely country to be isolated from the rest of the world? They must do â€“ there can be no other reason for this. Sri Lanka were the one team brave enough to flout the security advice and travel anyway; to bring Test cricket back to a nation with little enough to smile about. Yesterday we were moaning about flat pitches killing our beloved game â€“ now the stakes are raised.
In response, the international cricket community must welcome the Pakistani team with open arms. We must offer our facilities and our pitches; we must provide them with somewhere safe to play their international matches so that the Pakistani game will not die. Fling open the gates of Lordâ€™s, Headingley and my beloved Rose Bowl â€“ make them home grounds for our welcome visitors. Hang up their flags, welcome their media â€“ make sure the fans at home in Karachi and Lahore can follow every ball.
Because if we donâ€™t, terrorism and isolationism will win. There will be nothing for young cricketers in Pakistan to aspire to. We have to preserve this nationâ€™s cricketing future until it is safe for it to return home.