ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ch Zaka Ashraf should order his team to wear black armbands in their opening World Cup Twenty20 match against New Zealand on Sunday to show their displeasure over the US-made film insulting Islam and targeting the life of Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) to show their love and passion for their Prophet.

This would send a message across the globe that how much Muslims love their Prophet (PBUH) and they can't allow anyone to even think about using or making any thing against our beloved Prophet (PBUH).

Pakistan cricket team skipper M Hafeez, when called upon for the prize distribution ceremony, he must express in the best possible way and words his utter disappointment and resentment over the US-made film against Islam and if any of the Pakistani player managed to win man of the match award, he must follow the same example and speak out against the film to register his sentiments. This would send a very clear message to the world community that Muslims across the globe are united under one umbrella and can't bear any vicious propaganda against Islam or Holy Prophet (PBUH).